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    Does a female birds menstrate?

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    They lay eggs, they do not have live birth.
    Lady28

    How then do you know when they have reached maturity and are ready to be mated?
    IamPamela313

    Trust me...they know :-)
    Menstruation is a characteristic of placental mammals. It is a process where by the uterus gives off its unused inner layer because the egg was never fertilized. Birds and reptiles do not have a uterus. They lay a hard shelled egg called the amniotic egg. Most reptiles leave their eggs alone to develop on their own. Once hatched the reptile hatching must fend for themselves for the most part.


    Birds on the other hand sit and protect the nest, caring for and controlling the temperature of the eggs. Birds are very attentive parents.
    Jenn

    Leeroy you have made me completely obsolete. THANKS!And you can spell. I am going to retire... ;)
    leeroy

    lol, don't you dare Jenn, you were right isn't that what counts most of the time?


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