The sperm travels through the male and into the female. then it travels up the oviduct and there it meets the egg. then the sperm uses its special head to burrow into the egg.
it travels an average of 30 feet.The food travels about 22-25 feet in the average adults' digestive system.
The sperm is made in the testis and when sexual intercourse happens the sperm travels through the Sperm tube, into the penis out of the penis and into the vagina it then travels into the Fallopian tube. And finally one of the sperm will meet the egg in the oviduct and fertilisation will happen then a baby will start developing.
The sperm travels from the penis into the vagina and from there it goes to the uterus to meet the egg.
Sperm grooves are located on the 21st segment of an earthworm. Sperm grooves are the area sperm travels through when earthworms mate.
Sperm travels from the testicles to the urethra by way of the vas deferens.
Sperm goes thru the females body and travels thru there to the egg and creates a baby.
Usually first class.
A beam of light travels 5 feet in one nanosecond.
1,100 feet per second = 66,000 feet per minute
The male Sperm whale at 67 feet is bigger then the male Humpback at 52 feet. So yes the Sperm whale is bigger.
Sperm travels with the help of their tails. They are implanted into the cervix. From there, the sperm will travel up through the canal to reach the embryo to fertilize.
it travels around 20 mph
Sound travels at 1,088 fps.
Something that travels 100.9 MPH travels 147.99 feet per second. ((100.9 * 5280) / 3600). To travel 60.5 feet would take 0.41 seconds.
Light travels 186,282.397 miles per second. That is 983,571,056 feet per second.
a TDM process the way the sperm travels to the eggs inside a female.
Frogs have sticky feet because, when frogs mate there sperm goes on the baby's eggs and when they hatch the sperm goes on the frogs feet.
A Sperm Whale Can Dive Up To 9,800 Feet Deep. (Rounding Up To 10,000 Feet)
The sperm is expelled from the penis at some pressure. It travels through the vaginal canal and up through the falopian tubes. Ofcourse it all depends on the ammount of pressure and position the "load" is administered.
Urethra. It travels up the length of the penis and that's where the sperm leaves the body. Muscular contraction in the urethra causes the sperm to travel through.
To get to the egg the sperm has to first go through sexual intercourse and then the sperm travels in a liquid till it reaches the fallopian tube where the egg is to get into the egg the sperm uses its tail. (only a brief way)