Question #3c1ad

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Jun 5, 2017

A motile sperm


Many aspects of frog reproduction are different from that in humans. Yes, both have gametes, and yes the sperm swims, but fertilisation is external- the male sperm leaves the male's body and swims towards the egg ( so thats the same in both frog and human) but the egg is outside the female's body when it is fertilised in a frog.