The Human Reproduction | Educational Video Always Changing and Growing Up | Boys 2 months ago   01:40

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Hello friends, and welcome to a new happy Learning video. Today we are going to learn about our origin, let’s learn about the human reproduction.

Reproduction develops in three stages: conception, pregnancy and childbirth and for it to take place both females and males need to intervene. We already know that the male reproduction system produces sperm and the female reproduction system, egg cell… Well, fertilization is when a man's sperm cell and a woman's egg cell released from the ovaries, unite and this happens inside the woman's body, normally in the fallopian tube.

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Always Changing and Growing Up | Boys The Human Reproduction | Educational Video 2 months ago   16:45

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