Copperhead snakes deliver their young.
This statement about all snakes lay eggs is incorrect. Actually there are a few species of snakes that do not lay eggs.. Example, my Columbian Boa's do not lay eggs.. My Boa gives birth to live baby snakes... A lot of snakes lay eggs, but no all of them. As for the Corn Snakes, Yes they do lay eggs. I have had several corn snakes, and they do lay eggs.
From eggs like all other snakes
all snakes lay eggs
all snakes lay eggs NO - All snakes don't lay eggs! Cottonmouths give birth to live young. They don't lay eggs!
^he female will lay 12–24 eggs deposited into a warm, moist, hidden location, such as damp soil or leaf litter. Once laid the adult snake abandons the eggs and does not return to them.
There are no snakes that " ' fly' ", but most snakes lay eggs, so if there was a flying snake, it would most likely lay eggs.
Most snakes lay eggs but some snakes are Ovoviviparous meaning the give birth.
they lay eggs
yes corn snakes do lay eggs and they can have up to 40 eggs
they lay eggs
Sea snakes do not lay eggs. They give birth to live young.
No. Some snakes give birth to live young. When snakes do lay eggs, they are usually white.
Snakes are reptiles, so they lay eggs.
Snakes that lay eggs.
the lay eggs
Ribbon snakes don't lay eggs - they 'give birth' to live babies.
Most snakes lay eggs but some give live birth.
Snakes lay their eggs in pits or caves to protect them from other animals and snakes.
Some 70% of snakes lay eggs. Some of the egg-laying species include pythons, cobras, grass snakes and Brown snakes.
All poisonous snakes lay eggs, although some constrictor snakes give birth to their young without eggs needed.
Copperheads don't lay eggs; they give birth. A typical litter has 4 to 7 offspring.
Snakes are reptiles, and all reptiles lay eggs. That is a basic characteristic of reptiles.
No, snakes do not normally lay their eggs when hibernating. They normally do so in late summer.
70% lay eggs, they are known as oviparous
snakes dont lay eggs
Copperheads do not lay (external) eggs. They bear live young.
No. Reptiles cannot lay their eggs underwater. Sea snakes give birth to live young.
No. Most snakes lay eggs, but some species give birth to live young.
no, corn snakes lay eggs.
Egg-laying snakes are known as oviparous. About 70 per cent of snakes in the world lay eggs. Most oviparous snakes do not care for their nests; they simply lay the eggs in hollows or in the ground. Pythons however wrap their bodies around their eggs in an attempt to keep them warm.
They lay eggs.
with their butt
in private places is where diamond back snakes lay eggs like in a burrow or under a rock
Yes, all reptiles lay amniotic eggs.
Like all snakes they lay eggs
Both - It depends on the species. Most snakes lay eggs, but some (like Boa constrictors and Garter Snakes) give birth to baby snakes.
No. Snakes lay eggs.
No. Bull snakes lay eggs.
i thing they lay their eggs by in their stomik
In underground nests.
THEY LAY EGGS.......akward
All of them.
no they do not
all snkes lay eggs to give birth to their young ones
Snakes are reptiles. Some species of snakes lay eggs; others give birth to live young.
No, Garter* snakes are among the few snakes to have live birth
yes especially water snakes Edit: NO - snakes do NOT lay eggs in water - even water snakes ! The membrane shell of reptile eggs is porous - if it laid its eggs in water - the eggs would never hatch, as the developing embryo would DROWN ! Snakes that spend their entire life at sea more often give birth to live young instead of laying eggs, those species that DO lay eggs come back… Read More
Yes - Bull snakes are egg-layers.