What mammal group lay eggs?

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The group of mammals that lay eggs are called?

Monotremes. There are only three kinds: the platypus and the short-beaked echidna, both native to Australia, and the long-beaked echidna, native to neighboring New Guinea.

Do mammals lay eggs on ground?

Of all the thousands of species of mammals, only three lay eggs. The two species of echidna and the platypus are the only egg-laying mammals (monotremes). Echidnas lay thei

What are the 3 mammals that lay eggs?

There are three species of mammals that lay eggs: the Platypus and two species of echidna , the long-beaked echidna of New Guinea and the short-beaked echidna of Australia.

What is the habitat of egg laying mammals?

There are three known egg-laying mammals, and their habitat is quite varied. Platypuses live throughout eastern coastal Australia and its island state of Tasmania, particul

What kind of eggs do mammals lay?

Placental mammals and marsupials do not lay eggs. Only monotremes are egg-laying mammals, and these include the platypus and the echidna. These mammals lay soft-shelled, leath

How do mammals lay eggs?

There are just two types of egg-laying mammals. They are the platypus and the echidna. These animals, known as monotremes, lay eggs for the purpose of reproduction. They lay