Yes, it looks like they both have certain things in common. Both contain calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, selenium, vitamins A and E, zinc, and iron. They are also both protein-heavy and contain fats. This site states that ostrich eggs in dry form contains “47% of proteins and 44.3% of fats.” However, I don’t have any information on the proportions of the other nutrients for ostrich versus chicken eggs. Ostrich eggs, being much bigger, can provide 2,000 calories whereas medium-sized chicken eggs provide 80.
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