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The kurtids of the Indo-Malay and northern Australia regions are interesting because of the peculiar manner in which males care for the eggs. Males have a hook like growth of the supraoccipital crest on the top of their heads to which the eggs are attached and where they are carried until hatching (see Fig. 21.9). The means of attachment and time at which fertilization occurs are apparently unknown(Berra & Humprey 2002).
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