The Great Spotted Kiwis feathers
are a light brown, with lighter spots on their entire body.
Both the male and the female will incubate their egg. The female
will lay a single egg during a laying.
Kiwis are nocturnal, meaning they are active
at night. The Kiwi differs from other birds in several ways.
Their eggs are 10 times the size of chicken eggs, while their
body is the equivalent size to a chicken. Also, the Great
Spotted Kiwi has nostrils at the end of their beaks.