Asked in Snapping Turtles
What to do when baby snapping turtles are still in the egg?
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Does the mother snapping turtle have to be around when the egg hatch?
No, The female snapping turtles responsibility ends after she has safely buried the eggs. The baby turtles hatch and make their own way upon scrambling out of the shell. ...
How do baby turtles hatch?
Hatchling turtles break out of their eggs by the use of an egg tooth. The egg tooth is a very sharp, small, white tooth on the tip of the turtles beak. It is the only tooth that the turtle will ever have. The baby will break a hole though the tough egg wall and then rest for a bit. Soon the baby will be back at the job and will use the egg tooth to cut though the egg enough...
Asked in Songbirds
What happens if a robin egg is accidentally cracked open and the baby is still living?
Nothing if the baby is still living then what ever cracked the egg didn't kill the baby it just cracked the egg ...
Asked in Labor and Birth, Cat Health, Care of Turtles
How would you cut the umbilical cord off a snapping turtle?
"Snapping turtles are hatched from eggs so they do not have umbilical cords." I know they are hatched from eggs, but I saw a baby turtle that had something like an umbilicus in the middle of its bottom shell. So I looked it up on Google and found a few references to the umbilicus of a baby turtle. I imagine the umbilical cord would be a connection to something inside the egg- the yolk? which nourishes the baby. But I haven't...
Asked in Women's Health, Labor and Birth
Can you still have a baby when you do not have your uterus?
The baby is enclosed inside the uterus, that is where it gets it nourishment and where the egg attaches to! No uterus... NO BABY. ...
Asked in Turtles and Tortoises, Care of Turtles
What happens right after birth of baby turtle?
Turtles technically aren't born, they are laid as eggs, underground on a beach. When a turtle hatches from an egg, it comes out from under the sand and slowly makes it's way to the water. This early part of a turtles life is considered the most dangerous, as usually there will be birds waiting to eat the baby turtles. ...
Asked in Pregnancy
What is a other term instead of using egg and sperm?
IVF, In Vitro Fertilization. but it still need egg and sperms undirectly. where do baby comes if not from egg and sperm? ...
Why do turtles lay so many eggs at one time?
Turtles, like many other animals, lay so many eggs at one time for many reasons. For example, not all turtles make it out of the egg; some never hatch. The biggest reason, however, is because baby turtles are slow and small, and are often eaten by birds and large carnivorous fish. Unfortunately for the cute baby turtles, most of them get eaten up! ...
Asked in Chickens and Roosters
Is the yoke of an egg a baby chick?
The yolk of an egg is not a baby chick. Unless a rooster has feritlized the egg and the egg has been incubated for at leased 3 days. Even if a rooster fertilized the egg it is still quite good to eat if it stays cold. *The yolk is where the chick gets its nutrients. The chick actually develops in the white of the egg. ...
Asked in Snapping Turtles
Baby snapping turtles that just hatched 5 days ago and he wont eat im getting worried ive tried pellets krill shrimp minnows and lettuce?
first of all...you should have keep the shell and raw yolk in the tank until the baby turtle has eatten it all. then replaced it with one of your eggs (yolk only) and after 6 weeks you should boil eggs and give it the yolk from the boiled egg and went on from there ...