Eggs come from a wide array of oviparous species, such as birds, fish, reptiles such as snakes, tortoises and frogs, and many insects. The most common egg comes from chickens. There are more species that lay eggs than there are species that have live births.
Eggs form inside the oviparous species in the reproductive process. In the case of chickens, eggs form over a period of around 25 hours. Some animals' eggs are fertilized internally, and some animals' eggs are fertilized after they have been laid.
Commercial chicken eggs are not fertilized. Chicken eggs that are fertilized eventually hatch into chicks if the reproductive process is successful.Learn More
Female love birds will lay eggs with or without a presence of a male but without male intervention, the eggs will be unfertilized and cannot hatch. To successfully breed love birds, make sure the pair is healthy, normal, and old enough to breed. The ideal breeding age for love birds is 1 to 5 years.Full Answer >
Turkeys are an American species. They were first domesticated by Native Americans before the arrival of Columbus, and were one of the animals he encountered being farmed as he explored the West Indies.Full Answer >
According to PawNation, all birds have feathers, lightweight skeletons, beaks, a four-chambered heart and also lay eggs. Birds are warm-blooded vertebrate that have two legs used for walking, hopping, running or perching. Birds have a unique communication system for courtship behavior, community cooperation, chick-parent recognition and territorial defense.Full Answer >
Birds migrate to mate, search for food, escape harsh weather, evade predators and to flee from diseases. Birds also migrate to raise their young in a safe environment.Full Answer >