How Do Mammals Reproduce?


Mammals reproduce just like humans do. The girls have to b fertilized by the male in order to have babies. Babies are born like humans. They are not born in an egg.
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Crabs reproduce sexually like most crustaceans. With most crabs fertilization is done in the open ocean. A female lays eggs and the male wanders by and fertilizes them. Look here
All different types of mammals move in different ways. Humans walk or run on two legs. Baby humans crawl. Some mammals walk or run on four legs, some slither, swim, hop or crawl.
All bears reproduce by copulating, just as any other mammal. They give birth to live young as raise them until they are ready to live on their own in the wild.
Euglenas reproduce asexually. They reproduce using a process called fission. Fission is used by many unicellular organisms for reproduction. The euglena splits itself into two cells
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Class Mammalia
Although mammals share several features in common, Mammalia contains a vast diversity of forms. The smallest mammals are found among the shrews and bats, and can weigh as little as 3 grams. More >>
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Mammals reproduce via sexual reproduction the same way humans do, with sperm and females eggs, and have live young, meaning not born from eggs like chickens.
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