The female sea horse is the one who lays the eggs. Male sea horses have a pouch similar to that found on a Kangaroo. The female sea horse deposits her eggs in the pouch. The eggs are fertilized, and when ready, the male sea horse ejects the eggs from the pouch.
Actually it depends upon what state you live in, and what species of canary that you wish to purchase. In Ohio, I have found breeders asking about $80 per bird, ( Roller), and have seen ads asking as much as $100 per bird depending upon the coloration, and species of the canary. It seems like … Read more
Yes they do. Birds do not have to have a mate in order to lay eggs. However,they do need a mate to lay fertile eggs, and have chicks. On many farms, hens lay eggs without roosters being present, and if a rooster is present, he is kept away from the hens.
Cockatiel eggs, if fertile, usually hatch within 21 days, however sometimes they may hatch a couple of days earlier, or perhaps a week later than normal depending upon the temperature of the room. One way of telling if an egg is fertile is to check it approximately 2 weeks after being laid and the hen … Read more