Superfecundation is a fascinating phenomenon that occurs in certain animal species where multiple males can father a single litter. This means that a litter of offspring can have different fathers. The process occurs when a female mates with multiple males during her fertile period, and each male’s sperm fertilizes a different egg. While it may seem strange, superfecundation is actually quite common in several animal species, including dogs, cats, rabbits, and cows.
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