You place a small but dense rock on the baby bird. It looks cold, so you are hoping the rock will provide some kind of heat for it. You can see the baby bird struggling to breathe after you place the rock, its sides expanding gradually and with great difficulty upon each gasp of air.
The baby bird lets out a very pathetic “kweh” sound as it shakes under the rock. It is difficult to tell if the baby bird is actually warm.
You choose to…
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