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Are there any animals that lay yellow eggs?

Asked by lexipoorocks (146points) March 16th, 2010

I just wanted to know what animals lay yellow eggs if there any that do.

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erichw1504's avatar

The Black Swallowtail

“After mating, small, yellow eggs are laid, typically on garden plants from the carrot family”

makemo's avatar

Perhaps it’s a relative matter, but I think spiders does. No?

ucme's avatar

Canaries?I know they don’t but they should, they just should.“I tawt I taw a pwetty egg”

judochop's avatar

The Easter Bunny lays all sorts of colored eggs.

anartist's avatar

yellow peeps.

SeventhSense's avatar

I’m sure there are many.

njnyjobs's avatar

Big Bird?

o, . . . and does anybody know why a brown cow that eats green grass produce white milk?

ShiningToast's avatar

@njnyjobs Because milk is just fat gloubles in a suspension, and the fat is white?

El_Cadejo's avatar

Many marine snails, sea hares, and nudibranchs lay yellow eggs. Theyre actually quite cool looking, they lay ribbons which contain thousands of eggs

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