What is a vertebrate with scaly skin and lays eggs?
eg. lizards, snakes, naja naja, hemidactylus, calotes, etc.
Reptiles have scaly skin, but not all reptiles lay eggs.
Reptiles are Classified as Vertebrates! Vertebrate means they have a Backbone or a Spinal Cord. We have a Backbone! we use it mainly for support and supports our rib cage! Reptiles also have Scales, or Scaly Skin that keeps them from dying out when they are in heat, which is were most reptiles live! Reptiles Lay eggs like birds, but not with a nest! (L.O.L) Laying Eggs is how they give birth! Dinosaurs, for example…
Because amphibians have to be able to breathe in water and they have to keep their skin moist to survive. Amphibians have scale-less skin and lay soft, jelly-like eggs. An iguana is a reptile because: it has dry, scaly skin; it lays eggs with leathery shells and it is cold-blooded. It also can only breathe air, not water but all amphibians can breathe in water.
Yes, there is a bee which lays eggs under human skin. first it gets hold of a female mosquito, lays its eggs on it. Then the mosquito, a blood sucker comes and sucks the blood of a human. The eggs eventually are dropped on the skin . Then the eggs go insinde and grow. See more about this on Animal Planet