FWC biologist Sharyn Hood said the results are inconclusive.
"I took a look to see if there was any obvious damage.There was no obvious damage to the egg," she
Hood wants to hear the opinions of other biologists, but suspects she
will be able to determine whether the egg is still alive by the end of this week. Hood
said the egg may not prove to be viable.
"It's looking less and less likely every day," she
added that one factor is the construction schedule.