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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oviparity

Oviparous animals are animals that lay eggs, with little or no other embryonic development ... Among mammals, the monotremes (four species of Echidna, and the Platypus) are oviparous. In all but special cases of both ovuliparity and oviparity ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Egg

Most aquatic organisms are ovuliparous. ... fertilisation occurs internally and so the eggs laid by the female are ...

news.nationalgeographic.com/2016/01/160116-animals-mating-sex-birth-sharks-snakes-reptiles

Jan 16, 2016 ... Many animal groups have some species that lay eggs and others that birth live young, including fish, amphibians, and yes, even mammals, ...

www.bbc.co.uk/nature/adaptations/Oviparity

Birds, reptiles, amphibians, fish, invertebrates and even some mammals (the monotremes) all lay eggs but they're of very different size and construction.

www.ask.com/youtube?q=What+Type+of+Animals+Lay+Eggs&v=H1PhRI28zu8
Nov 9, 2009 ... A goofy tourist takes you on an adventure around the world to find animals that lay eggs. It's your job to help her decide! The intended audience ...

www.reference.com/science/kinds-animals-lay-eggs-80a22b1a78fe5eb0

Animals that lay eggs are known as oviparous animals and include fish, birds, reptiles and insects. These types of animals have little to no other development ...

pets-animals.blurtit.com/23678/name-some-animals-that-lay-eggs-

There are myriads of animals that lay eggs and some of them include birds, fish, mammals, reptiles, and amphibians. Bird eggs are incubated invariably i.e. The ...

www.egginfo.co.uk/schools/all-about-eggs/5-7/which-animals-lay-eggs

Pupils should understand where eggs come from and appreciate the differences between animals that lay eggs and those that don't. Mammals give birth to live ...

www.first-learn.com/animals-that-lay-eggs.html

Many animals do not reproduce their young ones directly. The mother animals lay eggs. They also hatch the eggs. After a certain period, their young ones come  ...

www.stlzoo.org/animals/abouttheanimals/mammals/shortbeakedechidna

It's one of two types of primitive egg-laying mammals, or monotremes. ... The animal also has short fur in between its spines, as well as on its underside.