How often do flamingos lay eggs?
once a year
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Answer . about 1 year. if it doesnt lay eggs then it is sick or it is a MALE.
Kiwi birds usually lay only one egg per season & although the kiwi is roughly the size of a chicken, it lays eggs that are about six times the size of a chicken's egg. Further as Kiwis are not constrained by needing to be able to fly some Brown Kiwi females can carry and lay a single 450 g (16 oz) e…gg. . Once a year, a kiwi lays one large egg that makes up about 15-20% of its body weight, then, 24 days later, lays another egg. The second egg is beginning to develop as soon as the first is laid. On rare occasions, a kiwi may lay a third egg. The kiwi can lay only one egg at a time, as the egg is huge. . ( Full Answer )
British bats don't lay eggs they are 'theria' meaning live-bearing the only egglaying mammals 'protheria' are the last remaining monotremes the platypus and the long-snouted and short-snouted echidnas
a fancy goldfish leaves the eggs in the stomach for about 3 month's... after that it can take up to 5 months to lay eggs after that..
they have the ability to lay an egg every 23.5 hours. does not mean they will but they can
A healthy hen that lives in good conditions will lay up to one egg a day mostly. If they stop laying you may notice they are loosing feathers, relax they are simply multing. Loosing old feathers to make room for new ones. They will eventually start again. When there wattle and comb become bright red… is a sign they are laying or they are close to it. ( Full Answer )
mammals Correction: There are two types of egg-laying mammals - the platypus and the echidna.
Parakeets will usually breed once or twice in a season depending on rainfall, food availability and water availability.
Most species lay eggs once a year (though this can be several batches of eggs over a few day period) other fish can lay eggs every few weeks or every few months.
My ring-neck dove would lay an egg probably every 2 weeks if the egg was removed. This can cause a calcium deficiency if they continuously are laying eggs. I read online to place a small wooden egg in the nest for her to sit on to keep from laying her own- it worked.
A female lays as many times as she needs to. It's a matter of keeping her healthy. If we're talking about breeding, and there is a male in the cage with her she should lay three clutches a year.
With increasing daylight hours from artificial light, and providing the right conditions, they never know the difference and keep laying eggs. Usually in the wild they lay eggs twice a year
You should expect to get 80%. So if you had 100 hens, you should be receiving about 80 eggs. When chickens reach the age of 3 years, they will become too old to lay eggs this common. This is the age where hens are most commonly retired.
Most snails lay eggs once or twice in a week. There are differenttypes of snails which means that the frequency of laying eggs willdiffer.
Koi breed once a year around spring time when the temperature changes. There are many factors that determines the amount of eggs a koi will produce. Diet or the fish's state of health can affect it. For a koi fish in good health and approximate figure is about 45,000 per pound of fish. Don't worry…, the other koi fish will eat most of these eggs. for more info please visit: http://forum.californiawaterscapes.com ( Full Answer )
Cockroaches live up to a year and can lay up to eight egg cases ina lifetime. She can have up to 400 baby roaches.
Hens will lay all year long but their ovulation is regulated by the number of hours of light they receive per day. Since seasonal temperatures are tied to daylight hours, nature has provided the chicken with an "off Switch" so to speak. If a hen fails to receive at least 14 hours of light per day, s…he will not produce as many eggs and will slow production or even stop production the less light she gets. Humans are able to defeat that switch by providing artificial light sources. ( Full Answer )
Once a day usualy. I had one hen and one day I found two eggs in the box, and I had got the egg the day before. Hope this helps.
At one time usually 1 egg, sometimes two, but only 1 lives. In a lifetime:500 - 3000?
A quail which is breed to lay eggs should receive 14 hours of light per day. This may mean that artificial lightning may be needed. If the quail receives the right amount of light, they will approx. lay 1 egg per day. On average they will lay 200-300 eggs per year. I hope this answered your quest…ion. ( Full Answer )
A female platypus breeds just once a year . At this time, she lays between one and three eggs.
Alligators lay eggs every spring. The sex of the babies isdetermined by the temperature of the eggs when incubated.
Males and females mate during the first 3 to 5 days after they have emerged. Females mate only once. Generally a female will only live long enough to lay 1 to 3 batches of eggs. Info found on http://entoplp.okstate.edu/mosquito/biology.html
Fancy goldfish (Carassius auratus) are the same species as all other goldfish. They normally spawn once a year in spring. However some commercial breeders give them controlled conditions with extremely good care and diets and they can be bred several times yearly.
This varies from one breed to another and duck to duck, for example a White Pekin can lay between 100 to 180 eggs per year. Next example, a Khaki Campbell lays 200 to 300 eggs per year!( "A Guide to Better Hatching",Janet Stromberg author)
Doves and pigeons (Columbiformes) start breeding subject to food availability and light levels and can be seasonal or year-round, so the answer is not a simple one. When they do start breeding, clutch size can be 1 - 2 eggs (occasionaly 3) -- fruit eating species usually only have one egg. Incubatio…n is 11 - 30 days, and fledging is 10 - 36 days. Five broods in one season is not unusual, due to the short breeding cycle. ( Full Answer )
a chicken lays a egg every day. A chicken will only lay a egg if it gets 18 h of light a day if you live on a farm like me in the winter you should use a heat lamp: 1. because it will give them enough light to lay 2. if you put it over the water the water will not freeze p.s this is the g…uy hoo says i like cheese I LIKE CHEESE ( Full Answer )
Answer . Osprey breed once per year. The female lays between two and four eggs over a period of four weeks.
Everyother day to two days and check carefully so u don't step on one and check three to four times a day they r really neat animals so get some and it takes up to 23-27 days ro hatch eggs
depending on a chickens diet, it can lay about 6 eggs around ever 4-6 months.
Once a decade usually or even a century! Just joking! They lay unfertilized eggs about 10 times in 2 years
they usually lay eggs from early spring to early fall in that period mine usually lay about five it may differ how many they lay
A haribon also known as a Philippine Eagle lays eggs about twice ina year. However there are no evidences on this as it is acritically endangered animal.
As with all hens it depends on age. These hens stop laying at age three, and live until 6. they start laying at around four months, and at 6 months-2 years happy rhodys lay an egg a day. from 2-3 they start slowing down, and lay an egg a day earlier, then gradually lay every other days every three d…ays,ect. ( Full Answer )
Usually, a female tortoise lays her eggs in the same spot each year . .
Once a year during the spawning season, but it will lay hundreds at a time
If you want to know a lot about the ocean and marine animals and fish etc..watch the movie "Oceans" it is a really good water movie! :D
Parakeets will usually breed once or twice in a season depending on rainfall, food availability and water availability. . http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Parakeets_lay_eggs
a parrot lays eggs whenever you leave it in a breading box with a partner of a different sex the amount of eggs it lays depends on what type of parrot you have try going to a parrot website for more information
Flies will often lay eggs on spoiled meat because they are attracted to the smell of the meat. The meat will provide a place for the eggs to incubate and also a source of food once the larvae hatch.
Greater Flamingos usually incubate their eggs for 26-30 days(average about 28 days) between laying and hatching. The otherflamingo species (there are 6 species of flamingo in the world) aresimilar. (I used to work at a zoo as a flamingo keeper/breeder).
On friday, friday! got to lay eggs on friday. Partying, partying YEAH! eggs, eggs, eggs. Looking forward to laying eggs!
well really it only happens in the spring or the summer in the places that have snow but lets say you live in south America it can really actually mate when ever it does not already have babies.
The barn swallow lays eggs once per year. They lay between 2 an 7eggs at once. The average is 4 or 5 offspring per year.
If you allow a pair of Angelfish (Pterophylum scalare) to rear their young, then they will not spawn again until a few weeks after the young are all independent or removed from their aquarium. If on the other hand, you remove their fertilised ova, then depending on their condition and circumstances …they could well spawn again in as little as 10 to 14 days.. ( Full Answer )
Bald eagles nest once a year, normally in early spring. They usually return to the same nest, adding new material each year, until the nest becomes unstable and falls to the ground.
because their knees don't bent that well so if they lay down they cant get back up
it all depends on what type of fish you have but usually they lay eggs every few months or years
Flies lay eggs from one to eight times in their life. They live for 10-25 days, and depending on how fertile they are, can lay up to 500 eggs every 3-4 days.
They are like birds, when a rooster mates with them they lay a couple of eggs and try to hatch them out. They will be laying for 6-7 days of lots of eggs and then they won't until a rooster breeds with them.