Tamil Nadu Board of Secondary EducationSSLC (English Medium) (5 to 8) Class 5

What are oviparous animals? - Science

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What are oviparous animals?

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Solution

  1. Animals in which an embryo develops outside the body are called oviparous animals.
  2. They produce their offspring by laying eggs. In the case of birds, new ones are produced from the eggs.
  3. The eggshell protects the embryo from the outer environment and the embryo receives its nutrients from the egg yolk.
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