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What are some creatures that lay eggs besides chickens

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Fish, turtles, lizards, ostrich, every other bird, gators, bugs, snakes, ((Short-beaked Echidna and platypus ))(mammal) ect

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alligators, spiders, fish

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turtles

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Other birds, lizards, fish, insects.... Long list.

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Reptiles ie: snakes, lizards, geckos

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Chickens, turtles, and soup.

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Dinosaurs

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Platipus (sp). the duckbilled, poisoness barbed, beaver tales, fur, swimming thing with 4 legs, and feeds its young with milk from Austrailia I think.

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Turtles:)

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Turkey!

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ducks, alligators,

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birds, platypus (platypuses,platypeople,platypi)

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Fish,turtles,spiders,quail,duck and many more.

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Frogs, ants.

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All reproduction requires the production of an egg cell. This fertilized egg then develops into a living organism. Some are retained within the mother's body, but the rest are expelled. Many have protective coverings called shells. Non-vertebrates typically lay eggs in water or damp areas. Those that do not produce a thickening around the egg to protect it from drying out. In the vertebrate animals, fish and amphibians lay unprotected eggs in water. They produce hundreds of eggs so that a few may survive to adulthood. Most reptiles produce a leathery-shelled egg that they bury. The earth absorbs sunlight and the warmth incubates the eggs of these cold-blooded animals. Birds lay a hard-shelled egg which is placed in a nest in most cases. Two mammals lay eggs (platypus and echidna). Their eggs are similar to reptile eggs, but are not buried. The hatchlings suckle milk from the mother.

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