yes, dinosaurs lay eggs
All known dinosaurs laid eggs to reproduce. Many nests have been found, showing how different species of dinosaurs cared for their eggs.
Most, if not all, dinosaurs layed eggs.
They can lay 200 eggs at a time.
When dinosaurs were alive, Raptors would not lay many eggs. On average, there were between 4-6 eggs for each litter.
In order to propagate the species, most dinosaurs had to lay multiple eggs. They did this to make sure at least some of their babies survived predators and weather events.
How many eggs does a flounder lay at one time
They are mammals and do not lay eggs.
All of them lay eggs.
All of them
3 to 4 eggs at a time when they lay there eggs
They do not lay chicken eggs because chickens weren't even around.Some lay chicken size eggs.
The only type of dinosaurs that exist today are birds. They still lay eggs.
They can lay up to 300 eggs at a time
because they have the ability to lay that many eggs
yes but not the males.
Yes, all dinosaurs do
they can lay 1,000-50,000 eggs at a time.
they lay around about 24 eggs at a time
it can lay any amount of eggs
They lay 1 to 3 eggs
They can lay about 24 eggs at a time.
Bullfrogs lay 20,000 eggs at any time.