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Many insects do so at the earliest possible opportunity, adding bacteria directly to egg cells, so that their young are accompanied by microbes from conception.
Very severe levels of feminization—having a lot of egg cells in the testes—can impair sperm quality, impeding a fish’s ability to reproduce.
At least some males at every site had female egg cells.
While these studies found that the fluid had no live sperm cells (the cells that can fertilize your egg cells), another study found that about one-third of guys do produce live sperm cells.
Tuuga also noted that a reproductive specialist had been flown in from Jakarta to recover Puntung’s egg cells, which might help conservationists breed more Sumatran rhinos in the future.
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