Armadillos do not lay eggs because they are mammals who give birth to live young. These baby armadillos develop from the same fertilized egg, use the same placenta and number from one to three. This is true except in the case of the genus Dasypus.Know More
The Dasypus armadillo produces from two to 12 embryos from one egg. The offspring of the Dasypus armadillo are born from identical embryos and they share the same sex at each birth.
Armadillos have poor eyesight. They use the senses of hearing and smelling to detect both danger and food. Armadillos eat spiders, earthworms, scorpions and other invertebrates.Learn More
Rattlesnakes do not lay eggs and instead give birth to live young. They are ovoviviparous, meaning that the eggs of the rattlesnake hatch internally before being birthed. A pregnant rattlesnake may have between four and 25 eggs.Full Answer >
All birds lay eggs; of the 9,000 species of birds, none of them give live birth. Instead, birds form and lay eggs that are incubated outside the body. Eggs range in size depending on the bird and can be as small as 0.2 grams or as big as 9 kilograms.Full Answer >
Armadillos are insectivores who enjoy a diet of invertebrates and insects, and they primarily eat grubs, insects, spiders, lizards, scorpions and worms. Armadillos may also eat carrion, eggs and fruit.Full Answer >
A baby blue whale weighs as much as three tons at birth and is 25 feet long. The mother blue whale nurses her calf for at least a year, and the calf gains 200 pounds a day during that time.Full Answer >