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Do Dolphins Lay Eggs?

Answer

Dolphins do not lay eggs. They are mammals and they give birth to a calf dolphin. The birth takes place near the bottom of the water when the mother is swimming fast and in a circular motion.
Q&A Related to "Do Dolphins Lay Eggs?"
Dolphins do NOT lay eggs they give birth to live young and, like all mammals, they nurse their babies. 2nd Answer: Wait! It turns out the dolphins DO lay eggs in protected places
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Dog ,cat , monkey, lion, cow, pig, elephant's I could keep going forever!
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