You carefully lift the twig into your mouth, making sure the worms are dangling on the tiny chunk of wood and not falling off. The baby bird will need to eat these worms, so it is important that you bring as many back to your cave as possible.
The walk back is slow and fills you with anxiety as you try to balance the worms on the stick. A few worms fall off, but there are still plenty left for such a tiny bird.
You keep walking, carefully and slowly.
You hope the baby bird is okay.
You arrive to your cave to find that baby bird is not okay.
You left a rock on the tiny creature. To keep it warm. In hindsight, that might have been a strange and terrible decision.
You choose to…