Does a lizard lay eggs?


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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Chameleon lizards lay their eggs in a hole they dig in the ground. The
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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