all of the eggs in England, is how many there are...
It can do i had two hens sitting with six eggs each they both hatched three chicks all eggs had chicks in them but three from each had died in the eggs
9999999999999999999 yup and then you losers It all depends on how many eggs you have that are fertile a hen will sit on many eggs at a time or you can have an incubator which that all depends on what size your incubator is only one chick is born out of each egg.
No, each species has its specific method/pattern of laying eggs. Some lay eggs singly, some in clusters, some in pyramids, others in stacks ... there are many patterns of laying eggs.
this is a trick question if you boil the water in the pan and place all three eggs inside at the same time then it will only take 3 minutes for all the eggs to be ready
There are 46 chromosomes in all human cells, except for sperm and eggs, which each have 23.
Last year the US produced roughly 75 billion eggs, about 10% of the world's supply. It's safe to assume all those were cracked eventually.
There are many different types of eggs. Cage free, duck eggs, aracauna eggs, and albumen are all different types of eggs.
I'm not sure exactly how many, but a girl is born with all the eggs she will need in her lifetime
The ovaries house all of the eggs that women have and releases one during each ovulation. Women only have so many eggs in her lifetime and cannot create new eggs like men can create new sperm.
I had 8 stick insects and all together they had 2100 eggs. So if u divide them by 8, its about 260 each!
Many different types of animals lay eggs. It is not possible to list them all. Insects, most fish, amphibians, birds, and reptiles all lay eggs, as do many others. Some mammals - namely the platypus and the echidna - also lay eggs.
Actually im not even sure if they lay eggs at all
you dont have to eat eggs at all if you dont want to
Turtles usually lay about 100 or more eggs each time. However, not all of these babies will survive into adulthood. In most cases, only one turtle will survive.
What happens is there is a thing which holds all the eggs. Each month, the thing (I forgot the name) gets all full and has to release one egg, because your body produces eggs everyday. And that's all. Save
They lay eggs when they feel safe and are not crowded by too many eggs.
to get rid of all the unused eggs in the female body it makes alot of eggs each moth and if you don't use them(pregnant) you have a period
In all fishes most of eggs are lost during development hence they produce large no of eggs .
No, there are many different sorts of "eggs" that are covered with gel, mucus, or some other sort of covering. Frog eggs and fish eggs such as caviar are examples of eggs that do not have shells.
0 each day, Penguins lay one egg each year in the mating season when the female and male take turns sitting on the egg while the other goes to the sea to get food. The eggs usually hatch when all the females are away and the father looks after them as chicks.
about 6 each from experience, have large fluffy bums to keep young warm. remember not all will hatch though. happy hatching;)
Reptiles are all vertebrates with scaly skin, and many of them lay eggs. 70% of snakes lay eggs, while most lizards also lay eggs. Alligators and crocodiles lay eggs, and all known turtles and tortoises lay eggs.
Not all sharks lay eggs, you will need to specify the type of shark.
The birds do not need to lay so many eggs because the probability of all the eggs getting hatched is higher compared to the amphibians. Secondly, the predators that feed on the eggs are fewer as compared to the other animals that lay very many eggs.