Mitochondria. It takes a lot of energy to swim as far as they have to.
Not only in the vagina but it has to swim up to meet the egg far up inside the woman.
well outside of the body not far at all unless you physically put them there, they will die after 12 hours for sure and you have to physically insert it into you to get pregnant so you can't get pregnant from a toilet seat or if some gets on your leg,
It really depends on what kind of a swimmer you are. If you can swim really well, you can probably swim really far. If you can't swim at all, you won't swim very far. I hope this answers your question.
they swim as long as they can
No. You do not have feeling that far into your body. You cannot feel sperm fertilizing an egg. ************* Also, this does not occur in your stomach.
we don't know yet how far a tiger can swim
As far as a blue whale can swim in a year
No. Technologie is far from being able to maintain the brain without the body.
If sperm are present, then penis does not have to go far in at all.The sperm would just think "Bahh... extra work for me but I'll show them."Never underestimate the sperm. These "buggers" are known to be able to do the unthinkable. They do however not jump. only swim.
they can swim as much as they can but they also do get tired
why do ducks swim together in lines
a pigeon cannot swim very far it can swim approximately 20m for approximately 30 seconds (I think) :)
you ejaculate not sperm...sperm are the little swimmers in semen that fertilize the egg.
A penguin can swim 3-6 miles
they swim deeply and far away.
Horses can swim well, but if they are not fit, they will not be able to swim far. The distance and length of time also depends on whether or not they have a rider on their back.
If you are male and masturbate to the point of ejaculation, and if your body has progressed far enough into puberty, then yes, it is likely that semen, which contains sperm will come out of your penis.
A healthy male produces far more sperm than needed: 100 million or so per ejaculation, when it only takes one sperm to fertilize a woman's egg.
not far from its normal habitat
As far as it needs to
as far as a elephant can run
You have the anatomy backwards. Sperm enters the body in the vagina, then travels through the cervix to the uterus and (if they make it that far) to the oviduct (or fallopian tubes). So sperm would not travel FROM the oviduct TO the uterus because that would mean the sperm would need to start their journey at the wrong end of the anatomy. Sperm travel by means of a whip-like tail called a flagellum. Under a microscope, sperm cells look like little tadpoles wiggling their flagellum to propel themselves forward. So, basically, they swim in the seminal and vaginal fluids.
swim 3 miles
They can swim up to about 50km.