A Duckling Was Born To a Woman From California

A Duckling Was Born To a Woman From California

Eggs can be hatched in several ways. This is also proved by the act of Betsy Ross from California, who together with the children found a nest with eggs in the park. Most of the eggs were broken except for one, which they took home. At first, Betsy tried to call the rescue stations, which could take care of the eggs.

Unfortunately, it was unsuccessful and so she took the fate of the egg under “her wings”. Since they had no money for an incubator, she decided to carry the egg with her all the time so that the eggs could be warm and humid. The task was challenging, but Betsy did it after about 35 days, she got a duckling.

The duckling became Betsy’s darling, he followed his “mom” everywhere, slept with her, took a bath with her, went shopping with her, and made sad noises when Betsy wasn’t around. That’s why Betsy decided it was time for the duck to be brought back to the wild. That’s why she handed her over to a professional station to help her adapt as she returned to the wild.


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