Found in Africa, Asia, and Australia, male weaver birds will use whatever material they can find to build a basket nest to attract a female. Sometimes more than one nest. Once they’ve attracted a lady’s attention, they’ll invite her over, she’ll lay the eggs in his nest within a few days, and then it’s up to dad to do the rest.
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