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Yes. The tissue that become the gonads (testes or ovaries) is the same tissue regardless of gender. This tissue starts of in roughly the area where the ovaries are in life and it the embryo is male the testes will migrate down and through a structure called the inguinal canal and into what will be the scrotum.

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Q: When you are pregnant and it is an embrio when it becomes a boy or girl does the same tissue become testies or ovarys?
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