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Yes, they are birds and birds lay eggs.
twice a season.
With increasing daylight hours from artificial light, and providing the right conditions, they never know the difference and keep laying eggs. Usually in the wild they l…ay eggs twice a year
Most snails lay eggs once or twice in a week. There are different types of snails which means that the frequency of laying eggs will differ.
Flamingo's Eggs Flamingos usually lay one large egg at one time.
At one time usually 1 egg, sometimes two, but only 1 lives. In a lifetime:500 - 3000?
no but a female does
A haribon also known as a Philippine Eagle lays eggs about twice in a year. However there are no evidences on this as it is a critically endangered animal.
Ladybugs usually lay there eggs in the summer. My ladybug laid 6 eggs
They lay until they fly south.
The flamingo lays only one egg at a time.
a parrot lays eggs whenever you leave it in a breading box with a partner of a different sex the amount of eggs it lays depends on what type of parrot you have try going to a …parrot website for more information
very rarely anymore as they have all been dead for 65 million years.
If you allow a pair of Angelfish (Pterophylum scalare) to rear their young, then they will not spawn again until a few weeks after the young are all independent or removed fro…m their aquarium. If on the other hand, you remove their fertilised ova, then depending on their condition and circumstances they could well spawn again in as little as 10 to 14 days.