The ovary, holds the females eggs.
Ovaries hold the eggs.
in plants: the ovary holds the ovule which holds the archegonium (egg)
The ovaries in a frog produce the eggs
An ovipositor is the specialized structure in female insects used to lay eggs.
Pythons and goannas eat platypus eggs. The female platypus will actually place earthen plugs along the length of her burrow before the chamber which holds the eggs, in order to deter such predators.
The reproductive structure of a gymnosperm is the cone. The cone produces pollen or sperm cells that will later on fertilize a female plants eggs or anthers
Eggs, or ova, are released from the female ovaries.
Well, they have their testes and the bladder. As females have other parts. These along with waste are released through the cloaca
Yes and no! The female rattlesnake holds the eggs within her body until they are ready to hatch. The eggs are little more than a thin transparent sac and have no shell. This rattlesnake is ovoviviparous - the young are born alive.