No marsupials lay eggs. The only egg-laying mammals are monotremes, and the species in Australia are the platypus and the short-beaked echidna.
Most bowerbirds only lay one egg at a time. Some species of Australian bowerbirds lay between 1-3 eggs.
they lay egg they have to lay egg
If they hide there, they lay the egg there too.
It will lay an egg eventually if you put the opposite gender /male a female might lay an egg.
No a male chicken cannot lay an egg.
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Australian Egg Corporation was created in 2002.
There are many, many species of Australian parrot. "Australian parrot" is not a species or type of bird.All birds can only ever lay one egg at once.On average, parrots in Australia lay a clutch of around 3-4 eggs, but some individual birds keep laying infertile eggs endlessly.
in this case you need a ditto ditto will lay an egg with almost anyone. but a male can not lay an egg.