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Human Reproduction
Parts of the female reproductive organ
Parts of the male reproductive organ
Mating and reproduction
How does fertilisation occur in humans
How does the human foetus develop
Birth of a new baby

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Introduction to human reproduction


how is a baby made

Almost every growing up person has wondered how babies come about.
If you are learning with us today, then you are probably a grown up kid and hopefully, you shall understand this bundle of excitement, and you shall learn to be
more responsible in your boy-girl activities.

Reproduction generally means the action or process of making a copy of something. Human reproduction, specifically, is a wonderful, natural instance of humans making new humans (offspring) or giving birth to new humans (babies).

Reproduction is necessary for continuity of humans. This means without it, humans will no longer exist, as there will be no replacement when we grow very old and die.

There are two types of reproduction in living thingstypes of reproduction

sr involves two individuals of the same species, usually a male and female. Asexual reproduction can occur without the involvement of another, and this is usually found in single cell organisms and in some plants.

Human reproduction is the sr type involving a male and a female, and traditionally, the interaction of both male and female organs start the process. This interaction involves the use of the male and female organs.

As children grow up to become adults, their brains work with their reproductive organs to get them ready reproduce. This reproductive development process takes time and it is called puberty. To understand this lesson, make sure to read about these: (Puberty For Boys, Puberty for Girls and Menstruation)

Let us start by looking at the female reproductive organ.
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