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How many babies do lizards have at a time?
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Also asked, where do lizards lay their eggs?
Lizards lay their eggs anywhere dark and moist, such as under woodpiles, sheds, and decks. Nesting sites can also be found beneath shrubs and in areas of tall grass.
Also Know, how long do baby lizards stay with their mothers? These large, nocturnal lizards give birth to live young. Baby prehensile-tailed skinks remain with their parents for a period of six months to one year following their birth.
Also asked, how many eggs does a lizard usually lay?
Lizards lay their eggs in batches, each having at most 20 eggs per batch. In a single mating season, a female lizard can lay two to three batches which becomes an infestation problem once the eggs hatch.
How do lizards have babies?
They give birth to their live offspring. Why do lizards lay eggs and reproduce like mammals has a simple reasoning. It is the possibility of a particular species engaging in male-female coupling. Some lizards mate and then lay the eggs, conceal the lizards eggs in a safe place and move on with their lives.