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Subject: are there any snake species that are viviparous

Date: Mon Jul 17 17:37:05 2000
Posted by marcel van ommeren
Grade level: grad (science) School: Broeckland college
City: breukelen State/Province: No state entered. Country: the netherlands
Area of science: General Biology
ID: 963869825.Gb

there are snakes that are ovoviviparous (retaining eggs inside the body 
till they hatch. But I wonder, is there a species that have something 
analogous to the placenta, like many e.g. fishes and amfibians, have?

Thank you for helping!

Re: are there any snake species that are viviparous

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