Do Reptiles Lay Eggs?

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Most of the reptiles do lay eggs and those eggs that lay eggs are referred to as oviparous. Others normally give birth as they hold their eggs inside and those that do so are referred to as gravid.
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Every species of boa gives birth to live young. Boas are one of the largest snake species in the world and can be found all along the equator and the southern hemisphere. They can
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All turtles. All tortoises. All crocodilians. Some lizards: Iguanas. Water dragons. Geckos. Veiled chameleons. Panther chameleons. Monitors. Snakes: All pythons. Kingsnakes. Milksnakes
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It depends, some are by the water, some are in dens and some are in communal
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The only mammals that lay eggs are the duck billed platypus and the spiny anteater. Once born, the babies suckle from their mothers mammary glands.
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