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What animals lay eggs but cant fly?
yes! In fact the roe (eggs) of Japanese flying fish, is used to make some types of sushi known as tobiko.
A single female house fly can lay a batch of eggs counting upto 75 - 150 eggs but they lay several batches which can go up to 500 eggs in 3 - 4 days in total.they usually lay …eggs on decomposed food,animal waste.carrion and other decomposing organic matter.
I dont believe there are any birds that dont lay eggs except for the males
A female can lay about 75 to 150 eggs at a time . In 3 days it can sum up to be about 500 eggs !!!!
female flies do lay eggs. there in groups. there are very small. they are like sand grains
No. Flying Squirrels are placental mammals, meaning they give birth to live young. The only egg-laying mammals, or monotremes, are the platypus and the echidna.
Not Always, Sometimes They Will.
Dolphins, whales, etc...
There are no snakes that " ' fly' ", but most snakes lay eggs, so if there was a flying snake, it would most likely lay eggs.
off the top of my head: flamingo's and penguins but thers more i'm sure:)
Bats. With glowing red eyes and glistening fangs, these unspeakable giant bugs... BATS AREN'T BUGS! or birds, for that matter. Birds and bugs lay eggs, and die fliedermaus… don't, because bats are winged mammals.