A tiny, pale aqua egg was found in the nest box of a pair of nearly extinct California condors at the Los Angeles Zoo. The egg, measuring 5 inches long, 3 inches in circumference and weighing about 10 ounces, was spotted early Easter Sunday morning. Zoo workers took the egg to an incubator while the parents, Cuyama and Cachuma, a pair of 6-year-olds, were away from the nest. "What an Easter egg!" said zoo spokeswoman Deborah Pollack. "If fertile, God willing, it will hatch in 54 to 58 days."