In connection with the terrestrial way of life, the reproduction and development of reptiles differs significantly from that of fish and amphibians. In reptiles, internal fertilization. Large eggs, protected from drying out by a leathery or shell-shell shell, are laid by reptiles on land. The egg yolk contains a large supply of nutrients, while the protein contains water for a developing embryo. The embryo itself is surrounded by an embryonic water membrane (amnion) filled with a liquid that protects against mechanical damage and drying out. A fully formed young organism emerges from the egg. Consequently, in reptiles, development is direct, without the larval stage.
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