What Animals Reproduce Asexually?

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Some types of amphibians, lizards, and birds reproduce asexually. These animals lay eggs that do not need to be fertilized. Some insects also reproduce asexually.
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when it has only one gender it produce itself.
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Worms, some fish, jellyfishes and many echinoderms, parasites: tapeworms, are all
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Many ways. A queen bee can produce drones by laying unfertilized eggs. The drones are haploids,and they only have half of the chromosomes of their mother. Some animals undergo parthenogenesis
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