Grasshoppers dig holes to lay there eggs.
no eggs have little breathing holes all the way round
They dig holes for their egg laying with ovipositer.
In the wild, they dig holes in the sand on a beach and lay their eggs there.
Green Iguanas (female) will dig holes in the ground to lay eggs. She will dig additional holes to confuse would-be egg poachers. After that she leaves the eggs, the hatchlings will grow up by themselves.
They use their ovipositor.
Some lizards dig holes to stay cool or warm depending on weather, or to lay eggs.
They lay their eggs in small places predators cant get the eggs like seaweed and under rocks or in holes
Yes they dig hole to lay eggs
Normally lays eggs in banks of rivers or in land, burrowing holes near to their habitats.
eggs, ithink grapes do
they use their vertebrate to sense their organs which leads them to building big enough holes for their offspring.
I think they lay there eggs in water in little holes they make. Try watching Nemo LOL!
to lay their eggs,so they can have baby's and that means there pregnant.
because it don't like small spaces
Most reptile eggs are leathery to protect them when laid in holes where they drop into contact with other eggs and it serves to make them more resiliant when covring the eggs with sand, dirt and other debris to conceal them.
A crocodile does not climb trees and does not dig holes, it will however make a nest in soft sand in which to lay its clutch of eggs.
No they do not make holes in the ground because they like to sit in the sun, not in the dirt. Wrong: Gopher turtles make holes in the dirt where they live. They are found in Florida and Georgia. They are also found in a few other Southern states in the United States. There are other types of turtles that make holes in the ground. Sea turtles crawl onto the beach and make holes above the high tide mark. They lay their eggs in those holes. Other turtles dig holes to bury their eggs.
No, instead they sleep and lay eggs in a holes in trees called hollows.
Turkeys do lay 8 to 15 eggs, but not in tree nests. They lay their eggs in shallow holes scooped out of the ground.
Bacteria goes into an egg trough any holes and then multiplies rapidly and forms an egg to be rotten.
Yes they do, a female will come on land to the edge of the water and dig a hole to lay her eggs in. She might dig several practise or tester holes before laying her eggs.
Beardies dig holes for different reasons. Those reasons are: To sleep in To keep entertained To find a cooler spot To lay eggs
they wake each others holes with their heads and then both layn eggs