Do vultures and alligators lay eggs?
They do lay eggs
alligators lay their eggs in a little hole
Alligators lay roughly 20-50 eggs.
Alligators lay eggs every spring. The sex of the babies is determined by the temperature of the eggs when incubated.
Vultures are birds and lay eggs. Baby vultures hatch from eggs.
Alligators usally lay their eggs on the very side of the water with rotten sticks and dirt.
Yes. they lay eggs, as does crocodiles and alligators.
They lay eggs.
Vultures lay eggs like most other birds.
They lay eggs and heat it with covered grass
Alligators lay eggs and bury them underground.
lay eggs You should find one and watch it but alligators lay eggs
Yes; they are close cousins with the crocodile and alligators and they lay eggs as well.
they lay eggs.
Alligators lay eggs.
They lay them in clutches of 30-60 eggs in each clutch.
They lay them in the sand not in the water. XD
Alligators and turtles.
no because they have no one to mate with.
No. Alligators are reptiles and therefore lay eggs and do not give live birth.
Alligators make nests make from dead and rotting vegetation, which acts like compost, creating heat which incubates the eggs.
Reptiles are all vertebrates with scaly skin, and many of them lay eggs. 70% of snakes lay eggs, while most lizards also lay eggs. Alligators and crocodiles lay eggs, and all known turtles and tortoises lay eggs.
Alligators and Crocodiles are really alike, they both lay eggs the same way, and look after them the same way.
20 billion years
Alligators are reptiles. They have scaly skin and lay shelled eggs, unlike amphibians that have smooth skin which must be kept wet, and whose eggs do not have shells.
Female alligators lay between 20 and 60 eggs depending on her size. The average is 30 to 40. Only one in about 100 baby alligators ever lives to be 3 feet long, however. (Fish, turtles, frogs, snakes, birds, and mammals eat them.)
Seems like they are always flying or eating carrion. But Turkey Vultures lay their eggs in Turkey Vulture Nests. North American Turkey Vultures build their nests in caves or simple rock indentations and on ground where there is some protection. They commonly do not build nests high up in trees
yes they do. Turtles are reptiles like snakes and alligators. They lay eggs first and the eggs hatch later.
Seeing as alligators actually lay eggs and do not birth their young this is pretty irrelevant, oviparism is the correct term for the laying of eggs that mature outside of the mother Young alligators are ten to twelve inches long at hatching.
they all lay eggs they all cant fly
yes, Alligators are related to Turtles so just like Turtles, they lay there eggs on land.
Alligators lay eggs, so the concept of pregnancy does not apply. They may be gravid with unlaid fertile eggs, but the period between mating and egg laying is only a few weeks.
Snakes, lizards, crocodile, alligators, turtles and many other reptiles lay eggs. In fact it's rare for a reptile to give live birth.
Some cold blooded vertebrates that usually lay eggs are amphibians such as salamanders and frogs. Also reptiles are cold blood vertebrates that lay eggs such as snakes and alligators.
Alligators usually lay 30-50 eggs.
Because they lay hard-shelled eggs, have scales and are cold-blooded.
it is black or gray, its huge it has scales as their outer covering , it lives on land and water and it lay eggs
Many reptiles lay eggs with leathery shells, for example Pythons and other snakes, Crocodiles and Alligators.
After female alligators lay from 30 to 60 eggs in a nest of mud and vegetation, they guard the nest until the eggs hatch about two months later.
no they do not
Both alligators and lizards are reptiles; they lay eggs which hatch into babies. They do not give birth.
They do not lay eggs. They do not lay eggs. They do not lay eggs.
Well, alligators and iguanas are both reptiles, they both lay eggs, some iguanas hunt prey in saltwater just like alligators do. Hope that answers your question.
All eggs are unfertilized, unless a male has fertilized it. By that I mean, if a female lays and egg or ovulates and does not copulate with a male, the egg is not a zygote or fertilized.
No, baby alligators are born in eggs. alligators hatch from eggs.
The vultures reproduce by eggs like all birds
A number of animals lay eggs in soil. Some of these include alligators and crocodiles, snakes, turtles and tortoises, and platypi.
because they need a place to lay there eggs
eggs all retilians have eggs
platypuses, spiny ant eater, snakes alligators, birds, turtles, sharks, fish, lizards, and insects.