What are asexual animals?

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Animals that are asexual are aphids, jellyfish, some bees, yeast, fish and sharks. Asexual reproduction is described as the way that organisms form identical copies of themselves without genetic contributions from other organisms.
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As a general rule, animals cannot reproduce asexually. However, there are exceptions. Amoebas. and other single-celled organisms reproduce asexually, being too small to have gender.
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That would be a nonsexual animal.
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NOT ants! they have queens & male slave workers. worms yes, i think jellies too. amobaes, virus, germs, bacteria, sea cucumbers. anenomes. i think starfish too. also there is
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Some examples of asexual organisms are the whiptail lizard, aphids, cape bee Apis mellifera capensis and hammerhead sharks.
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Reproduction is most commonly known to happen between two parents. Asexual reproduction occurs when a new life can be formed off the cells of a single parent. Some animals that are asexual are jelly fish or even the Komodo Dragon.
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