Ancient snakes, lizards gave birth to live young
Most snakes and lizards are known to lay eggs, but in the distant past their ancestors mainly gave birth to live young, just as humans do, a new study suggests ... The other 2,000 that give birth to live young were thought to have evolved that ability ...
Ancient Snakes and Lizards Did Not Lay Eggs - They Birthed Live Young, Study Says
In a case of what comes first - the lizard or the egg - it seems that in this scenario, the egg is not an option. Ancient lizards and snakes gave live birth and did not lay eggs at all ... about 2,000 of these do so via live birth. A group about four ...
Ancient sea reptile gave birth, didn't lay eggs
Researchers have long questioned whether they would have been able to crawl onto land and lay eggs like other reptiles or gave birth in the water like whales. "This is the first evidence of live birth in ... said the researchers do a good job showing ...
ECOVIEWS: The amount of time a turtle carries eggs varies
and do they come in different shapes and colors? Turtles, like birds and crocodilians, lay eggs with a shell. Most, but not all, snakes and lizards also lay eggs; some species give live birth. Two unusual mammals, the duckbill platypus and the spiny ...
Poll! Do Gryphons give live birth or lay eggs?
Do gryphons, those wonderful half bird half mammal creatures of mythology, give live birth or lay eggs? I want to know what cafe mom thinks! Ok, if you are going to view the thread at least vote. It's not a real animal it's only a matter of opinion!