viviparousvaɪˈvɪp ər əs, vɪ-
viviparous, live-bearing (adj)
producing living young (not eggs)
Being born alive, as are most mammals, some reptiles, and a few fish (as opposed to being laid as an egg and subsequently hatching, as do most birds and many other species).
Arising from an embryo that develops from the outset (rather than from a true seed that then germinates).
Among animals, viviparity is development of the embryo inside the body of the mother. This is opposed to oviparity which is a reproductive mode in which females lay developing eggs that complete their development and hatch externally from the mother.The term 'viviparity' and its adjective form 'viviparous' derive from the Latin vivus meaning "living" and pario meaning "give birth to".
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