Did All Dinosaurs Lay Eggs?

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Most dinosaurs laid eggs as majority of them were reptiles, though not all creatures that lived in the age of dinosaurs laid eggs. Ichthyosaurs for instance gave birth to live young ones and they were marine creatures.
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It depends on which dinosaur you are refering to.
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FIrst things first: "pterodactyl" is a very popular term, but it's not the one scientists use. The great group of skin-winged flying diapsids is called "Pterosauria
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All dinosaurs laid eggs. Scientists believe that dinosaurs were the ancestors of
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Some dinosaurs appear to have laid about two dozen eggs. One nest of Faveoloolithid eggs from the EK of Mongolia shows 14 eggs, but they are considered just the "upper layer
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