Are lizards all male or female?
Some lizards are males and some lizards are females.
a lizard is a mo'o (for both male and female lizards).
Juvenile means young or immature. With the exception of certain parthenogenic lizards who are all female, the young of reptile species may be either male or female.
No males do not have babies, or eggs in the case of most lizards. It is the female that has the babies.
They find a female lizard to copulate with and mount her.
only if they're male, or a female on tuesdays
all are female
a bigger body
if you put a lizard in room tempercher if it is a male the penis will pop out
To attract female lizards for mating purposes.
No because they don't reproduce asexually, or by themselves, but sexually.
Lizards reproduce by mating. A male and a female will mate, then the female will lay eggs and care for them until they hatch.
The male has a little flap under his chin that he lifts up when he is angry or trying to attract a mate. The female does not have this.
male lizards have two bumps at the beginning of the tail and females only have one
Like most dinosaurs and some modern lizards, the female may have been larger.
u go to a vet or just but the female and male together for 2 months
Baby lizards are born by having a male lizard and a female lizard you wait a couple months 2-5 and the female lizard will have some babies 1-3 eggs.
male blue tongue lizards will bite the female around the neck when mating. they will also bite other males when in a fight
You can tell when the male looks at the female and rapidly bobs its head up and down.
The males are called males and the females are called females. SIMPLE!
It all depends on what species the lizard is.
All bulls are male. Cows are female.
All Snails Have female and male parts all over there bodies, so they are female and male.
No, not all lizards are male. Unlike bacteria, most lizards (with the exception of some) are unable to reproduce asexually, and therefore, require the presence of another sex to successfully reproduce.
All the above. Although it usually will be male / male or female / female, any combination is likely as all sofa are territorial.
In the cones. In some species of conifer there are male and female trees so all the cones on each tree would be all male or all female.
Lizards have to conmtact their cloaca's, so they can mate. The male curls his cloaca under the female base of the tail while mating takes place.
Not necessarily ! Many female lizards (including anoles, geckos and iguanas) will lay eggs at regular intervals. However - unless the female has been mated with a male, the eggs will be infertile, and will never hatch.
well it depends if they are the same spises then they can even if both male or both female or 1 male and 1 female. if they are not the same kind of lizard one of them moght be very territoral and fight
no, but all worms have male and female organs
becaues all worms have male and female organs
When looking at the underside of the lizard, male horned lizards have a small bulge between the end of the abdomen and the tail. Females do not have this bulge.
There are both male and female chickens. the male are roosters and the female are hens.
No. Chickens is referring to both male and female. Hens are female, while roosters are male.
no there are male and female fetus.
No. Neither male lizards nor any other male reptiles lay eggs.
None. All of them are lizards and dragons lol
No, there are male and female. If there were no males, there would be no ladybugs at all- since male and female mate in order to reproduce.
No. Most flowers contain both male and female parts, but not all. Some plants bear separate male and female flowers, e.g. marrows. Others have male and female flowers on different plants, e.g. holly.
No, there are male, female and young pigs.
Whiches can be both male and female.
You can tell a male angel fish from a female one by all the colorful stripes it has. [the male one]
No. There are roosters, which are male, and hens, which are female. The word "chicken" tells you what species these animals are, not whether it is male or female.
yes if you want eggs and baby lizards to take care of, which is extremely difficult.
It depends on what species of gecko it is. Mourning geckos don't need a male and female but most species do
All emus - both male and female - have blue on their necks. It is impossible to tell the male and female apart by appearance alone.
all fingerprints are different. there is no distinquishing feature that indicates male or female
Yes we have a male and when we got him the others were all female at the store and he was the calmest!
None, animals cant have a baby without a female and a male and they mate. You welcome
w've first have to know which is male and which is female because all are bites
Although only males produce sperm, that does not mean that all sperm is male. There are two types of sperm: male and female. Male sperm carry the 'y' chromosome; female sperm carry the 'x' chromosome. If all sperm where male, then there would be no females born. Thus, the difference between male and female sperm is that male sperm carries the 'y' chromosome and produces male offspring and female sperm carries the 'x' chromosome and… Read More