How Do Snakes Lay Eggs?


How snakes lay eggs is to find a spot that they are going to place their eggs and then they will lay them. Normally they will lay several eggs at one time depending on the species.
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How Do Snakes Lay Eggs?
Not all snakes lay eggs--70% of them do, while the rest give live birth. Snakes that give birth to their young without laying eggs are called viviparous. These snakes live in colder climates, where eggs would not incubate as well. Snakes that lay eggs... More »
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There are over 2000 known species of snakes that lays egg and they are classified into families. An example of a family of snake is the Typhlopidae or the family of small snakes also
Some 70% of snakes lay eggs. Some of the egg-laying species include pythons, cobras, grass snakes and Brown snakes.
Only some snakes like garter snakes, rattlesnakes, adders and sea-snakes do not lay eggs.
70% of snakes lay eggs, such as Pythons, Boas, King cobra, Water snakes, copperheads & cottonmouths.
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