No, only female red eared sliders lay eggs.
out of the water they will dround in water
red eared sliders sometimes lay unfertilized eggs.
Yes Turkeycan y eggs without mating.
No need to care for it. There are already enough red eared sliders in the world.
All turtles need to have mated in order to lay eggs, unlike birds who will lay infertile eggs, turtles won't.
Yes, like all other turtles Red Eared Slider Turtles lay eggs. There is no species of turtle that gives birth to live young.
once a year ever breeding season if they find a mate
their wings dont have much to do with laying eggs. but only chickens lay eggs without mating
It's perfectly normal for parakeets to lay eggs without mating, the eggs are just infertile. Like hens lay eggs without roosters.
No, without fertilisation (mating) the egg will not develop further.
The female of every turtle species digs the hole right before she lays the eggs.
After mating, it takes approximately 2 months for the eggs to be laid, and then another 2 months for the eggs to hatch.
You're the guy that asked god knows how many questions about red eared sliders aren't you? Sorry. Anyway no one can tell you what month exactly. Just know they lay their eggs in spring. Geckomaster P.S. To get all this info your looking for just find a good website on google or something.
All chickens can and will lay eggs without mating. They will be infertile eggs like those you buy in the store for cooking and eating.
Once a decade usually or even a century! Just joking! They lay unfertilized eggs about 10 times in 2 years
unless the eggs were fertilized, they will not hatch.
I wouldn't know for sure... but my guess (PURE guess) would be to check if the egg has the right hardness... or something? Underdeveloped eggs means underdeveloped offspring >.>
Yes, geese can and do lay eggs without mating just like chickens do. However, a goose lays eggs seasonally in the spring whereas the chicken will lay throughout the year.
Male Red eared sliders have a thicker tail base and long claws used to help in mating also they have a slight indent on their tummies to again help with mating. Females lack these attributes, therefor they have smaller claws tails tend to be thinner at the base of their tail and no concave to belly. Obviously it is easier to tell if you have several to compare :). If there is any doubt be sure to supply an area where the turtle can haul out and lay eggs in subtrate or they may hold the eggs and suffer from egg binding a potentially fatal condition.
no no no no no no no no they will drownd right when they hit water u should give you turtle sand to lay them in please
yes they do but without a male they will not hatch.
Most ducks will lay eggs without mating, like chickens do, but the egg will not contain an embryo, and will not hatch without the male.
No. They are not capable of parthenogenesis.
chickens can but no frogs have to mate