How Many Cells are There in a Chicken Egg?

Fried Chicken Egg - Public Domain by David Benbennick: Wikimedia Commons

QS Nugget: The female gamete or egg cell for most species is generally quite small, being no larger than a pencil point. Oddly enough, the large, edible chicken egg consists of just one single, solitary cell. Quirky!

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