Do male geese lay eggs?
No. They do not lay eggs, the female lays the eggs.
Female geese lay the eggs.
Not usually, but the eggs will not be fertilized without a male, and will not hatch ~BlackWolf1112
Domestic birds such as chickens and geese lay unfertilized eggs, which people eat.
Adult female geese will lay eggs every year. This is true of most species of birds.
Yes, my geese do. They have laid many unfertilized eggs and sometimes will even try to set. I usually throw out their eggs, as a rotten goose egg makes a lot more bad smells than a rotten chicken egg! When there is no male to fertilize, or the male that IS there is sterile, yes.
Geese lay eggs, so they are not mammals.
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.
Geese do not get pregant. They lay eggs and sit on a nest.
In America they lay 20 to 40 eggs in a season.
they lay eggs
Geese lay eggs because COH TU OUVRE LA BOUCHE ET FELME LA OLHE TU IWLL TOM!!
Chickens and geese lay eggs in their nests.
do male cockatoos lay eggs
Male birds do not lay eggs
Ducks and geese
There is no species of bird in which the male lays the eggs. Male emus do not lay the eggs, but they do incubate them.
Yes. Geese move north to lay their eggs, and south for the winter.
Yes, male turtles do lay eggs
Most geese normally lay around five eggs per nest. However, they can lay anywhere from one egg to twelve eggs.
The female crab lays the eggs, and not the male.
No! Hello, male birds do not ever lay eggs because they are MALE!
geese lay one egg every two days and only for about three months, April may and June.
More than two types of animals lay eggs but two examples are ducks and geese.
A male stick insect will not lay eggs. However, a female stick insect is parthenogenetically, and can lay eggs without mating with a male.
Chickens, ducks, geese
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They lay eggs daily, but if you want chicks you have to have a male to fertilize the eggs.
No, roosters do not lay eggs. Only hens lay eggs.
Geese reproduce by mating together. The female goose will then lay the fertilized eggs in the nest. Geese will mate for life and are monogamous.
Female emus do not need a male to lay eggs, but they do need a male in order to produce fertile eggs.
A Canadian goose can lay from 1-10 eggs in a nest. But the average giant Canadian geese lay about 5 or 6.
No - males do not lay eggs.
Male amphibians do not lay eggs.
No. Neither male lizards nor any other male reptiles lay eggs.
No, the male flies do not lay eggs. Female flies are larger than male flies. The female flies lay over 900,000 eggs during their lifespan.
roosters are male and therefore cannot lay eggs. The only chickens that lay eggs are the "hens". Roosters are the male birds and do not lay eggs.
the male birds cannot lay eggs. No male birds lay eggs. Only female birds lay eggs. Males fertilize eggs just like humans and all other male species of animals do. Toucans are no exception to the rule.
They have feathers They have webbed feet They lay eggs
no the only male animal that can lay eggs are sea horses
Yes, they will lay eggs even though they are without a male, but they will be infertile eggs.
Yes female Angle can lay their eggs without a male. But the eggs will not be fertile.
Male and female turkeys do not both lay eggs. As with most birds, only the female turkey will lay the eggs.
other birds, such as ducks and geese.
Well, male ducks can't lay eggs. (there like humans, only the females can lay eggs) If by chance you meant does a male duck have to fertilize all eggs? No, they do not have to, only in the spring (which is baby season) will the male fertilize the eggs. Hope that helps! :)
Roosters (males) do NOT lay eggs!
females lay eggs.
No. Only the female can lay eggs.
no roostes do not lay eggs
No, male turtles can lay eggs.
She does not lay eggs and she can not have nymphs without a male