Some male fish use their tails to fan rivals’ sperm away from eggs
SCIENCE
October 22, 20202 min read, 383 words

Some male fish use their tails to fan rivals’ sperm away from eggsSome male fish use their tails to fan rivals’ sperm away from eggs

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Published: October 22, 2020  |  2 min read, 383 words
×To boost their chances of fertilising a nest-load of eggs, some male fish use their tailfin to fan away the sperm deposited by rivals.Scientists have previously determined that . However, the new study is the first to discover that even among animals that fertilise eggs outside ...
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