Animals That Reproduce Asexually?

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Animals that reproduce asexually include jellyfish, some bees, yeast, aphids, fish and sharks. Asexual reproduction is defined as the means through which 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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Coelentrates reproduce asexually.not all but the hydra. A number of invertebrates and some less advanced vertebrates are known to alternate between sexual and asexual reproduction
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I'm not certain of your question. Bacteria is asexual, so it reproduces by
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Penguins lay eggs. Most amphibians are egg layers; for example, the toad lays eggs. The same goes for fish, where only a few species give birth to live offspring - the shark is one
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There are many types of animals that reproduce asexually. Two examples are aphids, which are plant eating insects, and a type of African honey bee have the ability to produce asexually. With the absence of a male, some sharks and turkeys can produce their own young.
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