How long can axolotls carry eggs for?
Axolotls lay eggs they do not get pregnant.
How long do bass carry eggs
a fish carrys eggs for 28
A corn snake will carry her eggs for about two months after becoming pregnant. She will shed her skin shortly before (..and shortly after) laying the eggs.
Flamingos don't carry their baby's, they lay eggs.
Ladybirds (ladybugs) lay eggs, they don't carry their young.
Turkeys lay eggs.
they don't the males do
Fish lay eggs, they don't carry babies.
The leopard gecko will lay her eggs 20-40 days after copulating.
They don't. Birds lay eggs.
3 to 4 months
They don't "carry" their babies. The female lays eggs and sits on them (or they're incubated).
Up to 3 to 6 Months
Barbs, including the green tiger barb, are external free spawners. This means that they do not carry fertilized eggs, but that the eggs are fertilized externally. Females will develop eggs when they are in good condition; meaning good water quality and well fed. Essentially they will carry eggs until they are triggered to spawn. If they are not triggered to spawn, the eggs will often be re-absorbed and used and nourishment.
i think 4 to 6 weeks
Axolotls typically live for between 10 to 15 years, although some have lived for well over 20.
Depends how big your tank is, but yes you usually can. I had two axolotls in one tank, and they were fine together, although one bit the leg off the other once. The leg grew back but we never had any other troubles other than that. Also, if you dont know what sex they are, expect to wake up one morning with a load of eggs in the tank! They are hard to raise as… Read More
Turtles lay eggs in shallow nests in the sand, and they hatch there.
They don't, the female will lay eggs on the bottom and the mate will come to fertilize them.
She carries it for 21 days then they fly to washington and mate with the president
Squids do not have a very long life span, therefore the female often lays thousands of eggs. Most species of squid lay their eggs in masses on a sea bed but some carry their eggs to guard them.
They did not carry their eggs. Dinosaurs kept their eggs in nests just like modern birds and reptiles.
They don't carry their eggs, when it comes time they lay their eggs.
Clownfish don't carry their young inside like humans do, they lay eggs. The eggs are held as long as is needed, and then laid on a rock where the young develop externally. They hatch after about 7-10 days.
They will normally only spawn once a year. The female Koi start to come into breeding condition as their water temperature rises above 60F. Then they will carry their eggs either for as long as it takes for them to be spawned out by a male or the temperature starts to go down below 60F again. When the temperature drops the eggs are reabsorbed by their body before late autumn and winter set in.
Depending on the species - up to 70 days before they're born (or the eggs are laid)
Rattlesnakes are live-bearers and do not lay eggs. The female may carry the eggs for 6-7 months before they hatch inside her body.
No. The female platypus excavates a separate chamber at the end of a long burrow which she digs in a riverbank above the waterline. She lays her eggs in this chamber, which she lines with leaves to protect the eggs from the water she may carry in with her.
No. They are not equipped to carry their eggs.
Axolotls will eat the fish. So the answer is,"Yes but not for long"
No. Axolotls are amphibians.
No! Axolotls DO NOT have antennae!
They don't. The female lays the eggs, buries them, then immediately leaves to go back to sea. She never sees the eggs hatch or the baby turtles again.
Eagles, like other birds, lay eggs in a nest and feed the young when they hatch.
They are long slender tubes that carry the eggs to the uterus. two tubes leading from the ovaries of female mammals into the uterus
They take about 60 days to develop inside the mother snake, before she lays them.
depens on the bird most birds a few months like parrots or cackateils
Carry Their Young Pandas are mammals which mean they give birth, not lay eggs.
Axolotls are not dinosaurs. Axolotls belong to a group of animals that's older than dinosaurs.
Axolotls are real, they do exist.
no they do not
no axolotls do not come out of water
Female lobsters carry their eggs (known as berries) beneath their abdomen, attached to structures called spinnerets. The number of eggs is related to the size of the female, and is typically about 5,000 eggs for a 10 in (25 cm) long female, and 40,000 for a 14 in (36 cm) long animal. However, one 17 in (43 cm) long female had 63,000 eggs, and another slightly larger one had 97,000.
They don't carry their young. Catfish, like most fish, lay eggs that are fertilized outside the body. Catfish males, however, make a nest, and watch over a fertilized clutch of eggs for their 6 to 10 days of incubation, deterring predators and stirring the water to improve oxygen going to the eggs. After the eggs hatch, he will continue to watch over the hatchlings for several days until they swim away.
I own chickens 1st there is allot of carry on so between 2-3 minutes tops
Fish do not carry offspring in a womb. They lay eggs. The amount of time spent in the egg varies from species to species.
Because when you step on them they release more eggs
they carry them for about three weeks