Does a lizard lay eggs?

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Some lizards do lay eggs. Majority of lizards lay eggs that have a tough, leathery shell while some lizards bear live young. The lizards that lay eggs lay them in sand, or rotting vegetation, and majority of mother lizards abandon their eggs while a few species incubate and guard their eggs.
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I found some hard lizard eggs in the inside of the kitchen fan when I was cleaning it they looked like theywere once soft so that's one place were you can find lizard eggs.
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A hen's egg forms inside its uterus, where the egg cell is covered by a calcified protective covering. Once the egg is formed the hen sits on her nest and releases the egg. Hens usually
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Chameleon lizards lay their eggs in a hole they dig in the ground. The
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In many reptile species, females oviposit communally (i.e. many clutches are laid within the same nest). This behaviour might result from constraint (scarcity of nest-sites offering
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