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    Nearly all animals

    Nearly all animals

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    Nearly all animals undergo some form of sexual reproduction.[20] They have a few specialized reproductive cells, which undergo meiosis to produce smaller, motile spermatozoa or larger, non-motile ova.[21] These fuse to form zygotes, which develop into new individuals.

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    Nearly all animals undergo some form of sexual reproduction.[20] They have a few specialized reproductive cells, which undergo meiosis to produce smaller, motile spermatozoa or larger, non-motile ova.[21] These fuse to form zygotes, which develop into new individuals.

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    LH-Animal1

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