they lay eggs
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birdsAnimals that lay eggs are called oviparous.Only two types of mammals do this, the echidna and the platypus.Birds,reptiles, mollusks, fish and insects are the other animals that lay eggs.
Mollusks reproduce sexually. Some are hermaphrodites, but still reproduce sexually. All of them lay eggs once they are fertilized.
All octopus are oviparous - they lay eggs like all mollusks.
Snails no they are mollusks and lay eggs. Monkeys yes they give birth to live young.
some give live birth (Viviparus malleatus) , and some lay eggs(Octopus vulgaris).
Squid and octopus are mollusks. They are not mammals. They have no backbone, they lay eggs, they do not feed their young with mammary glands, they do not have hair.
They do not lay eggs. They do not lay eggs. They do not lay eggs.
The following animals are oviparous and lay eggs:BirdsAmphibiansReptilesMonotreme (Ex: marsupials)Bony fishInvertebrates (insects, spiders, mollusks, crustaceans)
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