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Facts about Eggs

Since birds lay eggs and rabbits and hares give birth to large litters in the early spring, these became symbols of the rising fertility of the earth at the Vernal Equinox. Rabbits and hares are both prolific breeders. Female hares can conceive a second litter of offspring while still pregnant with the first.

From this, and the fossil evidence, we see that - like crocodiles and unlike birds - T. rex laid its eggs all at one time. And, like birds and unlike crocodiles, it did not cover its nest with sand or vegetation.

It's no surprise they're commonly known as “filth flies”. After laying eggs, maggots will hatch out and eat their way through the decaying organic material before pupating and then emerging as an adult fly a few days later. The adult flies can live up to a month and may lay hundreds of eggs over that time.Dec 23, 2015

Kangaroos are marsupials, like Opossums. ... Marsupials give live birth like placental mammals, but they give birth to immature babies that crawl into a special pouch, latch on the a teat, and remain their while they finished developing.

Other than platypuses and echidnas, mammals don't lay eggs. Bats are flying mammals not birds and give birth to their children like other mammals.

Usually, koalas move slowly, using their energy very efficiently. Normally, these animals spend 20 hours a day sleeping! The platypus is an egg-laying mammal, closely related to the echidna. These are the only mammals that lay eggs.Jan 28, 2015

A hard-boiled egg is a handy high-protein snack if you have diabetes. The protein will help keep you full without affecting your blood sugar. Protein not only slows digestion, it also slows glucose absorption.May 26, 2015

Dolphin ears are small holes on the sides of their heads but they give birth to live young as do all sea mammals. ... So seals, sea lions, walruses etc also contradict the ears rule. In conclusion, no it is not true that all animals with internal ears lay eggs.Jul 30, 2013

Eggs are not only a rich source of protein, they're high in sulfur, with the white, or albumen, containing the majority. Each egg yolk contains 0.016 milligram of sulfur, and the white contains 0.195 milligram, according to B. Srilakshmi, author of "Food Science."

A. Each cocoon holds from one to twenty fertilized ova or eggs-depending on the species and also nutrition of the adults laying them and environmental conditions like soil moisture. Usually only a few to several young worms successfully emerge from each cocoon.

Some stingray species, such as devil rays, don't posses stinging spines. ... Namely, the biggest difference between a stingray and a skate is how they give birth. All stingrays give birth to live young, while skates lay eggs and attach them to the reef in hard pouches sometimes called "mermaid's purses".Jun 28, 2009