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what animal are little white eggs buried underneath the soil from

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what animal are little round eggs buried underneath the soil from ?
Submitted: 11 years ago.
Category: Pet
Expert:  June replied 11 years ago.
   Salamanders often bury their eggs shallowly in the soil. Salamander eggs are typically very small, round, white, and laid in a small cluster, often under a board or other object that is against bare dirt. The eggs are usually in a moist enviornment that helps to facilitate successful incubation.
   If the eggs are larger than a dime, it is likely that they were laid by a turtle, who also bury their eggs. If you are in the american southwest, they may be from another reptile.