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14th Dec '17 12:56:42 PM DaibhidC
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* The humanoid Red Martians in Creator/EdgarRiceBurroughs ''Franchise/JohnCarterOfMars'' novels lay eggs that are then hatched in incubators. They are somehow cross-fertile with humans.

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* The humanoid Red Martians in Creator/EdgarRiceBurroughs ''Franchise/JohnCarterOfMars'' ''Literature/JohnCarterOfMars'' novels lay eggs that are then hatched in incubators. They are somehow cross-fertile with humans. (Biologist and sf consultant Jack Cohen has speculated about Carter's shock when he encounters Dejah Thoris's eggshell-producing apparatus.)


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* In ''Series/OnceUponATime'', [[OurDwarvesAreAllTheSame Dwarfs]] are a OneGenderRace who hatch from eggs, fully grown and clothed.
25th Nov '17 2:05:00 AM GrammarNavi
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* Although Anime/{{Domo}} appears to be mammalian in nature, his first appearance was being hatched from an egg.

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* Although Anime/{{Domo}} [[Anime/DomoTV Domo]] appears to be mammalian in nature, his first appearance was being hatched from an egg.
2nd Nov '17 3:01:58 PM bfunc
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* Beluga caviar sounds like this trope, but sadly, [[NamesTheSame it's actually eggs from a fish called the Beluga Sturgeon.]]

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* Beluga caviar sounds like this trope, but sadly, [[NamesTheSame it's actually eggs from a fish called the Beluga Sturgeon.]]]][[note]]The word "beluga" comes from a Russian word meaning "white", so it's not terribly surprising that it appears in the names of unrelated species.[[/note]]
16th Oct '17 12:37:53 AM EdnaWalker
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as compared to animals like salmon or rats, humans breed quite slowly and invest alot of energy into each offspring, but compared to animals like whales or other primates, which barely breed above replacement rate, we breed like rabbits.[[/note]]

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as compared to animals like salmon salmon, aphids, or rats, humans breed quite slowly and invest alot of energy into each offspring, but compared to animals like whales whales, elephants, or other primates, apes, which barely breed above replacement rate, we breed like rabbits.[[/note]]
16th Aug '17 4:01:06 AM Kotomikun
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** The question of how any particular mon couple mates and lays eggs is [[GRatedSex sidestepped]]. To breed two creatures, you leave them at "daycare" together; eventually one of the daycare-takers will give you an egg, saying that they "don't know where it came from, but your Pokémon had it." There's a trainer class of "Pokémon Breeders," but somehow no one in-universe seems to know how the eggs are produced.
24th Jul '17 7:58:53 PM Gamermaster
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* ''Creator/{{CLAMP}} in Wonderland 1994 Summer'', an infamous ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventureStardustCrusaders'' doujinshi, has Jotaro and Kakyoin produce a baby from an egg.

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* ''Creator/{{CLAMP}} in Wonderland 1994 Summer'', an infamous ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventureStardustCrusaders'' ''Manga/JojosBizarreAdventureStardustCrusaders'' doujinshi, has Jotaro and Kakyoin produce a baby from an egg.
1st May '17 5:35:00 PM Psychadelico
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In the natural world, living creatures have a myriad of ways of bringing more young into the world. Some produce thousands of eggs and young that grow quickly but only a few make it to adulthood. Others invest huge amounts of time and resources to develop and take care of only a few at a time.

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In the natural world, living creatures have a myriad of ways of bringing more young into the world. Some produce thousands of eggs and young that grow quickly but only a few make it to adulthood. Others invest huge amounts of time and resources to develop and take care of only a few at a time.
time.[[note]]These are called ''r'' and ''K''-type breeding styles, respectively. There is considerable debate on where humans fall on the scale,
as compared to animals like salmon or rats, humans breed quite slowly and invest alot of energy into each offspring, but compared to animals like whales or other primates, which barely breed above replacement rate, we breed like rabbits.[[/note]]
13th Apr '17 12:01:23 PM Willbyr
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* Every single {{Pokemon}} ever. Including the [[HotSkittyOnWailordAction whales.]] And the plants. And the ''rocks''. And the ''ghosts''. And the ''eggs''. [[CosmicEgg And the god too. Apparently, the first thing to ever exist was the egg of Arceus! And the age-old question is put to rest.]]

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* Every single {{Pokemon}} Franchise/{{Pokemon}} ever. Including the [[HotSkittyOnWailordAction whales.]] And the plants. And the ''rocks''. And the ''ghosts''. And the ''eggs''. [[CosmicEgg And the god too. Apparently, the first thing to ever exist was the egg of Arceus! And the age-old question is put to rest.]]
3rd Apr '17 9:52:13 AM Prfnoff
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* [[Franchise/{{Dragonball}} Namekians]] are asexual aliens that reproduce by spitting eggs infused with some of their life force.

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* [[Franchise/{{Dragonball}} Namekians]] ''Franchise/{{Dragonball}}'': Namekians are asexual aliens that reproduce by spitting eggs infused with some of their life force.force.
* ''Creator/{{CLAMP}} in Wonderland 1994 Summer'', an infamous ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventureStardustCrusaders'' doujinshi, has Jotaro and Kakyoin produce a baby from an egg.
3rd Apr '17 9:50:05 AM Prfnoff
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* ''Franchise/{{Digimon}} Adventure'', the Digimon are asexual so the eggs actually spawn ''from the remains of dead Digimon''. Since the Digimon that "spawn" from this act are actually the same individual Digimon that died, it works as a DisneyDeath. Though several cases could result in real death for good, such as fights taking place in the real world, or if someone manages to invent a device to get rid of that feature. The first season is the only one to address this specifically, with others either leaving it ambiguous or not addressing it at all.

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* ''Franchise/{{Digimon}} Adventure'', the ''Anime/DigimonAdventure'': The Digimon are asexual so the eggs actually spawn ''from the remains of dead Digimon''. Since the Digimon that "spawn" from this act are actually the same individual Digimon that died, it works as a DisneyDeath. Though several cases could result in real death for good, such as fights taking place in the real world, or if someone manages to invent a device to get rid of that feature. The first season is the only one to address this specifically, with others either leaving it ambiguous or not addressing it at all.
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