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Answer the way ducks are 28 days
Angelfish eggs will hatch in about 60 hours at 80° F - according to http://www.angelsplus.com/Breeding2.htm 3-4 days.
I am not an expert, but have been learning much about Swans. We rescued an injured Mute Swan from a local River and have been caring for him at a Swan Farm in Pennsylvania. …It take approximately 35-40 days from the time the last egg in a clutch is laid. In cooler weather it may take the longer time. In the U.S. Black Swans may nest twice a year once in September and again in late February early March. In cold weather the tiny cygnets will need shelter and supplemental food. The tiny hatchlings will enjoy shredded dark green leaf lettuce and spinach. There are recommended poultry feeds for the little ones, some need to be ground finer... Sunny afternoons in pond or pool water helps strength their little legs and provides Vitamin D. Any tiny cygnets placed in a kiddy pool MUST have a way to get out safely. Keep the water very shallow for several weeks. It is fun to see the changes as they develop into adults. I enjoy the "chirpy" sounds they make.
It takes about 18-21 days for cockatiel eggs to hatch.
21 - 23 days
Turkey eggs usually take 21 to 28 days to hatch depending on what they are incubated in like an incubator or by a hen. It also depends on how fertile it is and how it is cared… for. It usually takes closer to 28 days.
The length of time it takes an egg to hatch depends entirely upon the species. Insect and spider eggs may take a matter of days to hatch, but some insect eggs overwinter and m…ay take over half a year to hatch. Birds' eggs may take around three to four weeks but even that is not consistent - the kiwi's egg has an incubation period of 70-80 days. The eggs of reptiles also vary. Crocodiles' eggs, for example, take around 65 days to hatch, whereas tortoise eggs may take anywhere between 70 and 120 days to hatch, depending on the species. There are three species of mammals which lay eggs (monotremes, comprising the platypus, short-beaked echidna and long-beaked echidna). Monotreme eggs, once laid, hatch in just ten days. 2 weeks
peahen lays eggs between may to august. it takes 22 to 28 days to hatch eggs.
jellyfish dont actually lay eggs as such but when they reproduce they produce an actual seperate animal called a polyp. these polyps are like tiny anemones which live, gro…w and reproduce indepently. the polyp will live for many years producing new jellyfish periodically. when the conditions are right the polyp transforms into a stack of tiny jellyfish called ephyrae. this depending upon species can happen quite quickly wihtin a few days. when properly formed the stack spilts off one by one and the young ephyrae swim off to form into jellyfish. some jellyfish dont produce polyps but instead give birth to live jellyfish.the time between reproduction and young jellyfihs forming can be anything form 1 week to a month
i don't know if my answer is correct but I believe it is 3-4 weeks
It takes them 5 to 6 days to hatch!!
It depends on the species of owl but roughly 2 weeks.
it either means there dead or their werent anthing in them the first place or they havnt got enough warmth
In Animal Life
Most eggs take about 34-35 days to hatch. The first egg laid takes about a day longer to hatch than the second egg (33 days). They hatch about 1.5 apart.
2-3- years deprnd on the husband