Basics of Life

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Reproduction in all species borders on the miraculous. How else can one describe a process where two infinitesimal entities, one from the male, the other from the female, join forces to produce living, breathing offspring?

Reproductive capability or success varies by species. Mice and rabbits, for example, are prolific producers of offspring. Horses, on the other hand, fall into a category

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