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What animals lay soft eggs?
Snakes and turtles.
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Often as a hen first starts to lay, eggs may have soft shells until her body gets the gist of things. Shock can also cause a hen to lay an odd soft shelled egg. Although with …this in mind, a hen which often lays soft shelled eggs is a cause for concern and veterinary advice must be sought immediately.
No, they lay hard shell eggs.
Chickens, Ostriches, Duck, Quail, Goose, Bantam, Guinea Fowl, Salmon (fish), and Sturgeon (fish). That's all I can think of.
No. Amphibian eggs have no shell.
The majority of animals that lay soft eggs on land are reptiles. These animals are usually snakes, turtles, and lizards.
Robins, Araucana hens, Easter Egger Hens and Americana Hens.
There are no male animals that lay eggs. Many people think that a male sea horse lays eggs, but a female sea horse lays eggs and the male carries them and takes care of it.
All groups of animals lay eggs. The one most commonly defined as non-egg-laying is the group known as mammals. Almost all mammals give birth to live young. The exception to …this are the three species of monotremes , or egg-laying mammals, and they include the platypus and the two species of echidnas. Within the other vertebrate groups, only the "Birds" are all egg-layers. There are some species of fish, reptile and amphibians which do not lay eggs.
Monotremes- the platypus and the echidna.
how meny animals lay eggs
They lay soft eggs because they aren't getting enough nutrients in their diet. (More food.) Our littlest duck laid a soft egg, because she got pushed around at the food bo…wl. I suggest Dumor feeds, they seem to do the trick for chickens and ducks. You can hand feed them to fix this, or put out several food bowls so she can have a chance to eat.