What animals do not use eggs (in some form) as a part of their reproduction?
- Never PolledLv 61 month ago
Earthworms?...……..nope, wrong answer, google said they use eggs……..so I don't have a clue.
- Elaine MLv 71 month ago
All non-marsupial mammals.
- JazSincLv 71 month ago
I can't think of any.
Sure, there are plenty that can reproduce through budding or fragmentation -- but these animals also have a sexual reproduction mode. Yes, even hydras and placozoa and sponges.
- SmegheadLv 71 month ago
Do you mean eggs in the sense of egg cells - oocytes - or in the sense of some sort of externally protected reproductive structure, like a chicken egg?
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- Anonymous1 month ago
Those that clone themselves by budding. For example, hydras. A new animal can grow within the body of an existing one, and then it separates itself and becomes a different individual.
Some animals can reproduce by fission. For example, some flatworms can split into two different individuals, and the 2 individuals can then regrow the missing parts.
Others can do it by regeneration. When an animals is torn apart by force, the two parts may be able to grow back the missing parts. For example, a starfish can regenerate missing arms if it is torn into two different parts. Both parts may be able to grow back the missing parts.
- RickLv 71 month ago
warm-blooded mammals ........................
- MercyLv 71 month ago
inside eggs or laid eggs?
- 1 month ago
Mammals don't use eggs.