No, only female red eared sliders lay eggs.
red eared sliders sometimes lay unfertilized eggs.
no they can not. not a chance.
Females of course !
Yes, like all other turtles Red Eared Slider Turtles lay eggs. There is no species of turtle that gives birth to live young.
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
once a year ever breeding season if they find a mate
Once a decade usually or even a century! Just joking! They lay unfertilized eggs about 10 times in 2 years
She could - but the eggs wouldn't hatch.
yellow belly sliders, lay eggs when they are about 2 or 3 years old.
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.
No. Semi-Aquatic Turtles like the Red eared Slider will only lay eggs on land, not under water.
yes. I have 2 females Red-Eared Sliders each 21 years old and one has laid eggs every couple of years for at least the past 10 years
As often as they mate.
Grasshoppers do not lay eggs in the water. Instead, grasshoppers will lay eggs in the soil and wait for them to hatch.
no reptiles do not lay their eggs in water, they lay it on land
It's a male - so no eggs.
All turtles need to have mated in order to lay eggs, unlike birds who will lay infertile eggs, turtles won't.
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.
yes fish lay there eggs in the water
Yes, dragonflies do lay their eggs in water
mosquito usually lay eggs in water
A drogonfly lay eggs in the water.
Amphibians lay their eggs in water.