How Do Lizards Reproduce?


Lizards reproduce by mating. They release a strong scent that can attract the opposite gender during mating season. However, the way of reproduction depends on the species and the location of lizards. There are lizards who can reproduce asexually, or in other words, without mating.
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Reproduction: Most. lizards. deposit their eggs in a simple nest. The female skink may coil around her eggs to protect them from intruders. Other lizards do not lay their eggs, but
Most lizards lay eggs in a nest. Others give birth after hatching their eggs inside the
Most lizards lay eggs. Some deposit them in simple nests. The female skink may coil around the eggs and drive away any intruders. If the eggs become scattered, she brings them back
by a process called parthenogenesis. Females will lay eggs that are entirely female, since fertilization is necessary to produce male eggs. Some degree of mating-type stimulation
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Lizards have their own way of reproducing. The male lizard can't get on top. They will come up beside the female, and enter them from the side. They will then have their sexual moment.
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