a California condor tending to a chick
Flying Solo: Parthenogenesis Discovered in California Condors
Genetic analyses uncover asexual reproduction by two female California condors despite access to fertile mates.
Flying Solo: Parthenogenesis Discovered in California Condors
Flying Solo: Parthenogenesis Discovered in California Condors

Genetic analyses uncover asexual reproduction by two female California condors despite access to fertile mates.

Genetic analyses uncover asexual reproduction by two female California condors despite access to fertile mates.

parthenogenesis

Magnified image featuring a full view of a bdelloid rotifer recovered from permafrost (labeled A) along with two insets: one side view of the organism’s head (labeled B) and a view of its mouthparts (labeled C)
Rotifers Bounce Back After Being Frozen for 24,000 Years
Lisa Winter | Jun 8, 2021
The hardy animals were pulled from the permafrost in Siberia, giving scientists the opportunity to study how they survive extreme conditions.
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The bipaternal pups died soon after birth, but mice with two mothers grew into fertile adults.