Can a Female Human Get Impregnated by an Animal?

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This is not possible as the chromosomes between a human and animal are not related. According to all the scientific research that has been completed on the reproduction process, chromosomes have to match up in order for a pregnancy to occur.
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No our DNA and a the other animal's DNA are too different. A girl can't even get pregnant from a chimpanzee which is the closest relative to us.
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