Australian wildlife rescuers have removed 43 reptile eggs from a sandpit at a school in New South Wales. They were carefully relocated to a new location well away from people. When volunteers went to check on them, they found all but three had hatched and disappeared so they weren’t able to identify them. They were thought to be the eggs of brown snakes, which are among the world's most venomous, and kill more Australians each year than any other snake.
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