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oncerning brooding by Oviraptor, it is very important that eggs never
be left exposed no matter what time of the day or night, or what the
weather, be it hot, warm, cool or cold, rainy or dry. Eggs are fragile
structures vulnerable to predation and in need of a stable humidity
and temperature level. It would be shocking if Oviraptor were brooding
its eggs only part of the day, I do not know of any bird that leaves
its eggs exposed for more than a few minutes.

GSPaul