The Tasmanian Devil (Sarcophilus harrisii) is a carnivorous marsupial mammal that is native to Tasmania. They do not lay eggs.
Tasmanian devils do not have an incubation period. The term "incubation" relates to how long an egg takes to hatch, and Tasmanian devils do not lay eggs. The gestation period of the Tasmanian devil is between 18 and 21 days.
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it can lays up to 10 eggs at a time.
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As far as I know. There is no such living thing (animal) as a Tasmanian wolf. The nearest thing was the Tasmanian Tiger (Phylocene) and it is reputed to be extinct. It was a marsupial which means it gave birth to young not eggs.
Armadillos do not lay eggs.
The Tasmanian tiger, more correctly known as the Thylacine was a marsupial. It did not lay eggs.The Tasmanian tiger snake also does not lay eggs. The female stores the male's sperm in her oviduct, within her body, and fertilises them at the beginning of spring. She then gives birth to live young.
the thorny devil lays 3-10 eggs through september to december
Eggs can not lay eggs. The animal baby has to hatch out of the egg and grow into an adult. Then she can lay eggs.
about how many eggs does a minibeast lay