Do Bats Lay Eggs?


Bats do not lay eggs. Bats give birth to live naked young ones. Like all other mammals the mother bat produces milk to feed the young ones and are able to carry them hanging on their undersides.
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Bats are mammals. They do not lay eggs.
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.
BAT does not lay eggs as they are mammals, They give birth to young one - A bat is a mammal in the order Chiroptera. Their most distinguishing feature is that their forelimbs are
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