Where do frogs and turtles lay eggs?
Frogs lay eggs in the water, turtles lay eggs on land.
Well, since both amphibians and reptiles lay eggs, and frogs are amphibians and turtles are reptiles, both should lay eggs. Of couse, if it is a male frog or male turtle, it is not going to lay eggs. :)
fish and frogs also humans and turtles
frogs do lay eggs
Turtles lay chicken eggs (just kidding just kidding) turtles lay turtle eggs......
No, male turtles can lay eggs.
Amphibians lay their eggs in water usually. Newts do if you are looking for a specific animal. Fish also lay their eggs in the water. The animals that lay their eggs underwater are: frogs turtles fish duckbill platypus lobsters beetles eel
Frogs lay eggs in the spring.
I think you mean 'Why do frogs lay egg?' If so, they lay egg because they are amphibians. And all amphibians lay eggs. Frogs lay their eggs in clusters. Toads lay eggs in a line.
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.
Turtles lay eggs which are soft-shelled and leathery.
No. Female turtles do not die when they lay their eggs.
Yes, Reptiles such as komelians lay eggs as do frogs. Frogs lay eggs and so do you, jks
Yes, turtles lay eggs. The number and frequency of eggs depends on the species of turtle.
frogs can lay eggs as many times they want
yes, all frogs lay eggs.
in rainy season frogs lay eggs in water.
Reptiles (snakes, turtles, lizard) amphibians (frogs) fish and the platypus and the echidna. Insects also lay eggs.
Marine turtles do come ashore to lay their eggs.
Yes frogs lay eggs.
In temperate areas where their are seasonal changes, frogs will lay their eggs in the spring.
yes they lay the eggs in water they become tadpoles and grow into frogs
Turtles lay their eggs on the beach.
* female turtles can only lay eggs they can lay about 2-3 thosand eggs every year..classygal14
Leatherback sea turtles lay eggs to make more of them.
Yes. Frogs lay eggs.
All turtles need to have mated in order to lay eggs, unlike birds who will lay infertile eggs, turtles won't.
Not all turtles lay eggs during a full moon. However, many turtles lay their eggs at night to avoid being detected by predators.
Frogs lay in cluster.
they lay eggs
No - males do not lay eggs.
Yes. Sea turtles lay eggs in the sand. They did a hole, lay their eggs in it, then cover it up. The babies will dig their way out.
They lay there eggs in the sand like nomarl turtles but they have to bury them rell deep.
If you mean Loggerhead Sea Turtles, then they lay eggs. (I think all turtles lay eggs) Loggerheads, as well as all other Sea Turtles, lay their eggs on a beach, usually the same beach where they themselves hatched.
Turtles lay eggs for about 3 quicksand then they go back in the water to let there eggs hatch and the baby turtles will follow behind the parents.
Frogs do not have babies--they lay eggs that eventually hatch and develop into frogs. Some species lay up to ten thousand eggs at a time, but very few of these will develop into adult frogs. Frogs can lay hundreds to thousands of eggs at one time. They can lay hundreds to thousands of eggs at one time.
Frogs lay eggs.
No, frogs only lay clear eggs with a brown or black nucleus. Normally in some sort of water. Frogs lay them in large clumps and toads lay them in a string.
All toads are frogs and all frogs lay their eggs in clumps, so, yes!!
adult frogs normally lay eggs in ponds or still water areas
red eyed tree frogs lay their eggs in early spring
It lay eggs with shells in the sands
They can stay where they are as long as there is some where to lay there eggs like in dirt, mud, sand, but they don't lay their eggs in water. For example: the river (it have mud and dirt on both sides to where turtles can lay eggs.
Turtles lay very many eggs. It can be up to 100 a year, but not many of these survive.
painted turtles often lay their eggs 2 mounths after the first hatch.
no male sea turtles can also lay eggs when they are mid-aged.
Sea turtles lay their eggs where they were born and then those eggs lay their eggs where they were born and so on.