What lays small eggs in the ground?
When a frog lays hundreds of eggs in a small pod what happens to the population of frogs in the pond Explain why?
Are you sure the eggs were laid by a spider? If not, garden slugs lay their round eggs in soft ground to mud. They are white in color and are opaque to translucent. Unfortunately, they lay so many eggs (one is too many in my opinion) and the eggs are slimy, they form small clusters of white round eggs.
Platypus and Echidna are monotremes that burrow and lay eggs under ground! When the eggs hatch, they will suckle on the mother just as all mammals do. Fish lay eggs in dark places and reptiles tend to bury their eggs under ground also. Spiders lay eggs in dark locations and if I'm a parasitic insect, I will find a living organism to lay my eggs in. Fly's will lay there eggs in decaying matter. The…