"I can tell it's coming out," said Ashley Erdos, founder of Arizona's Fluffy Top Animal Sanctuary, as Henrietta the hen got snug in the crook between the llama's neck and back. Then out popped the egg, as if it was nothing but a simple chore.
"There we go!" shouted Erdos.
Erdos believes Henrietta chose Biscuit as a nesting box due to his position, with the llama resting under a swamp cooler at the time. However, Henrietta also regularly uses the 7-year-old llama to escape from Dumbledore, a rooster who is "obsessed" with her.
"She has jumped on Biscuit in the past, but it's always because Dumbledore is chasing her," Erdos said.
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