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vi·vip·a·rous (v -v p r- s, v -). adj. 1.

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The Distribution and Evolution of Viviparity in Reptiles
Review of Ideas and Evidence Concerning Viviparity in Reptiles ......
To start Differences Ovoviviparous Ovoviviparous Ovoviviparous
The differences between ovoviviparous, oviparous, and viviparous.
The Growth and Development of a Viviparous Compound Ascidian
Postzygotic Maternal Influences and the Maternal-Embryonic
Common lizard (viviparous lizard)
Common lizard (viviparous lizard). Lacerta (Zootoca) vivipara. Physical Description.

Suggested News Resources

Polycotylus – The Good Mother Plesiosaur?
These must be embryos, Seeley proposed, meaning that Plesiosaurus was also viviparous. Despite this, however, it seems other paleontologists never took more than a passing interest in the discovery. This may have been for the best.
Ringside View - 'Hiss' story
Russell's viper is a viviparous reptile, the paper proceeded to enlighten me. Other snakes are oviparous and lay eggs, but the Russell's viper is viviparous, meaning it litters its young ones.
This Weaselly Fish Didn't Inspire Jaws or Shark Week
These sharks are viviparous, meaning they give birth to live young without using eggs. Shark week fans will know that most sharks are ovoviviparous.
Magnificent momma
I think we can now confidently say that plesiosaurs were viviparous, which is what everyone expected. There are other surprising details.

Suggested Web Resources

Vivipary - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Viviparous | Define Viviparous at
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viviparous - definition of viviparous by the Free Online Dictionary
vi·vip·a·rous (v -v p r- s, v -). adj. 1.
Viviparous - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster
Definition of VIVIPAROUS. 1.
Viviparous Waterlilies
Viviparity is signaled by a nub at the point at which the pad and stem join. At first it often looks gelatinous and soon shows signs of developing leaves.

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