Do Slugs Lay Eggs?


Slugs do lay eggs. They normally begin to travel, hatch, feed, and lay eggs particularly when the temperature is above 5 °C. They mostly remain deep in the soil during dry and cold conditions. Just like snails, slugs are molluscs of the class Gastropoda.
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because they want to lay their eggs in the soil as the soil is moist.
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.
Insects that lay eggs include nearly all insects. Some examples of egg-laying insects are butterflies, bees, moths, crickets, stick bugs, house flies, dragonflies, beetles, ladybugs
The two mammals that lay eggs are the platypus and the echidna. It just so happens that both the platypus and the echidna can be found living in Australia.
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