Guillemots live in huge, crowded colonies of over 140,000 birds. They do not build nests. They lay their eggs on narrow cliff ledges. The eggs are perfectly designed so they do not fall off. They are long and pearshaped with pointed ends. If the eggs are knocked, they roll in a circle and stay put.

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