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How peafowls mate?

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2007-06-29 18:14:00

Birds don't have typical sex organs. Like fish and reptiles,

males and females alike have a single opening for reproduction and

waste elimination. Males accumulate sperm in semen near this

opening, known as a cloaca. When birds mate they simply touch

cloacae, transferring sperm to the female. This only takes seconds,

but can happen hundreds of times a day.


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