red eared sliders sometimes lay unfertilized eggs.
A female turtle can still lay eggs without the presence of a male. Either she will lay unfertilized eggs, or she has stored sperm from within the last five years and is still able to lay fertilized eggs.
yes you need too No. Female turtles can lay unfertilized eggs, the same as chickens. We have 2 female red ear sliders who lay eggs without a male.
No, unfertilized eggs cannot hatch.
Your question is some what unclear but I will try my best to answer it. A female turtle doesn't have to mate to lay eggs. So even a lone female turtle may lay unfertilized eggs. If an adult male and female turtle are kept together then they will mate. If the female doesn't have sand or dirt to lay her eggs in then she may lay her eggs in the water or on whatever land possible. If you know your turtle is pregnant and put her in an separate enclosure for 4 months then yes she probably will lay eggs in there.
yes a turtle DOES lay eggs!!!
Like most birds it is possible for penguins to lay unfertilized eggs but it doesn't happen very often.
Fertilized eggs happen when you have a rooster present. Hens will lay without a rooster, but the eggs are unfertilized.
Yes, hens often lay unfertilized eggs. In fact, all egg laying chickens that have not been mated by a rooster within the past ten days lay only unfertilized eggs.
Yes, a pet turtle can lay eggs.
yes if there is no male peacock to breed them they will still lay eggs and set on them
Yes they do - that's how we get the eggs we use ourselves - they are unfertilised eggs.
Once a decade usually or even a century! Just joking! They lay unfertilized eggs about 10 times in 2 years
it takes 2 to 5 years for a turtle to lay eggs.
a sea turtle can lay 50-160 eggs but they lay 10 per minute.
The female turtle will lay the eggs and the male comes along and fertilizes them. The female turtle will lay eggs even if there is no male turtle around.
There's about a hundred or more than that a turtle lay eggs in their lifetime
All reptiles lay eggs. Reptiles are animals that have scales, are cold-blooded and lay eggs, like turtles and snakes and lizards.
Yes,Lizards do lay unfertilized eggs as if that they made it abort. lizards do this accidentally,sometimes,when the mate insists to make love even if it was pregnant. blah..blah..blah....
A snapping turtle does not.
They lay their eggs near the beach in side a whole:)
They both lay eggs.
no they lay them in the sky
Most breeds of chickens lay eggs every day. They lay those eggs whether or not they are fertilized. If the flock of chickens has a rooster then chances are the eggs the hens lay are fertile.
At 18 weeks a hen will start to lay eggs. They will lay an egg every day.If they are not with a rooster or male chicken they will lay an unfertilized egg.