No, several types of female turtles can lay unfertilized eggs on a regular basis.
yes you need too No. Female turtles can lay unfertilized eggs, the same as chickens. We have 2 female red ear sliders who lay eggs without a male.
Like most birds it is possible for penguins to lay unfertilized eggs but it doesn't happen very often.
Frogs lay eggs in the water, turtles lay eggs on land.
No, male turtles can lay eggs.
Yes. Female turtles will sometimes lay unfertilized eggs even when alone. This is a common behaviour in other animals as well such as birds. On rarer occasions turtles can also store sperm from an earlier encounter with a male, and lay a fully fertilized egg.
Yes, they likely won't hatch however many species of turtles will retain sperm from up to several years before.
Turtles lay chicken eggs (just kidding just kidding) turtles lay turtle eggs......
Fertilized eggs happen when you have a rooster present. Hens will lay without a rooster, but the eggs are unfertilized.
Yes, sea turtles do lay eggs.
where ever turtles r they will lay eggs
Turtles lay eggs
Yes, male turtles do lay eggs
Bog turtles lay their eggs in nests.
Yes, hens often lay unfertilized eggs. In fact, all egg laying chickens that have not been mated by a rooster within the past ten days lay only unfertilized eggs.
Turtles lay eggs which are soft-shelled and leathery.
No. Female turtles do not die when they lay their eggs.
No, female turtles will produce unfertilized eggs. In the case of box turtles, the female can store a males sperm for up to four years. Therefore, they may lay fertilized eggs without copulating with a male.
yes if there is no male peacock to breed them they will still lay eggs and set on them
Yes, turtles lay eggs. The number and frequency of eggs depends on the species of turtle.
Turtles lay their eggs on the beach.
Marine turtles do come ashore to lay their eggs.
No - males do not lay eggs.