Human footprints follow the prints of a megapode bird, a bird indigenous to the Australasian region. Every morning, men from the Tolai people group of Papua New Guinea harvest megapode eggs. The eggs are sold by Tolai women and have provided a sustainable income for the Tolai for generations.

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