What kind of sharks lay eggs at the bottom of the ocean?
bullhead sharks, carpet sharks and also ground sharks lay eggs not many sharks do lay eggs
Well, the mother turtle lays eggs on the beach, leaves, and returns to her eggs when they are ready to hatch. When they hatch (remember there are a lot of eggs), some of the newborn sea turtles make their way to the ocean, where they begin their independent life, but some never make it to the ocean, unfortunate as it is. Hope that answers your question!
Sharks have a great diversity when it come to their reproductive system. There are two different ways for a Shark to reproduce depending on what kind of Shark it is, there are oviparous egg laying species and viviparous live-bearing species. Oviparous species lay eggs that develop and hatch. Where as the the viviparous species are live-bearers. The Thresher Shark belongs to the viviparous species therefore do not lay eggs. I hope that answers your question…