Eggs come from a wide array of oviparous species, such as birds, fish, reptiles such as snakes, tortoises and frogs, and many insects. The most common egg comes from chickens. There are more species that lay eggs than there are species that have live births.Continue Reading
Eggs form inside the oviparous species in the reproductive process. In the case of chickens, eggs form over a period of around 25 hours. Some animals' eggs are fertilized internally, and some animals' eggs are fertilized after they have been laid.
Commercial chicken eggs are not fertilized. Chicken eggs that are fertilized eventually hatch into chicks if the reproductive process is successful.Learn more about Chickens
Spain has a diverse array of native animals, including a wide variety of deer, tortoises, bats, amphibians, small reptiles and snakes. Spain is also home to some endangered species, including Cantabrian brown bears, Iberian wolves and Spanish lynxes. Other animals commonly found in Spain are wild boar and wild goats. On the coast, seals, otters, whales and dolphins can be found.Full Answer >
Leeches, beetles, caterpillars, flies, mites, shrews, mice, frogs, toads, snakes, other snails and a variety of various other birds, reptiles and amphibians are all natural predators to snails. Sometimes curious cats or dogs eat snails as well. Humans also consume a significant amount of snails as a delicacy.Full Answer >
The kinds of animals that live in wetlands include a wide variety of birds, fish, frogs, reptiles and mammals. The specific species of animals that are found in wetlands are determined by the wetland's location. For example, some birds that live in the wetlands of New South Wales include grebes, pelicans, cormorants, crakes, rails, ibis, egrets, herons, shorebirds, ducks, geese and swans.Full Answer >
Bass eat almost anything they can, including crayfish, insects, lizards, shrimp, eels, snakes, frogs, baby birds and other fish, including other bass. Due to their soft fins and small size, threadfin shad are considered to be the bass' favorite food. However, in general, the bass' diet depends entirely on what is available in their habitat, as they tend to eat whatever swims by, as long as it is the right size.Full Answer >