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Many animals come from eggs. A female animal lays the eggs. After some time, a baby animal breaks out of the shell. Take a look.

Most snakes come from eggs.

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Female snakes lay eggs on the ground. Some wrap themselves around the eggs to keep them safe and warm.

Birds come from eggs.

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Most birds lay their eggs in a nest. The eggs hatch after about two weeks.

This mammal × mammal

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EMMANUELLE BONZAMI—EYEEM/ GETTY IMAGES a type of animal, most of which give birth to live babies instead of laying eggs and feed milk to their young (noun) Both dogs and cats are mammals. lays eggs.

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A female echidna × echidna

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MICHAEL BARRETT/EYEEM—GETTY IMAGES a spiny mammal that hatches from an egg (noun) The echidna is an unusual mammal. lays an egg in a pouch on her body. The echidna is one of just two mammals that lay eggs.

Frogs come from eggs.

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Some frogs lay eggs in the water. They lay many at a time. The eggs are like jelly. A frog will grow up to live on land and in water.

How Big?

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The ostrich is the largest bird. It lays the biggest eggs of any animal. An ostrich egg can weigh five pounds!

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