Annelids are capable of both sexual and asexual reproduction. The majority of annelids are hermaphroditic and have a set of functional male and female sex organs. Some species reproduce primarily by budding, while others... More »

Planaria are able to reproduce either sexually or asexually, depending on the species and the circumstances of reproduction. Sexually reproducing planaria are hermaphrodites, and mating consists of partners exchanging sp... More »

Being mammals, rats use a very similar method to humans when it comes to reproduction. Unlike humans, however, rats can breed much quicker because the gestation period of a female is roughly 21 days. More »

The State University of New York states that animals reproduce by several sexual and asexual methods, with sexual reproduction, defined as the production of gametes with half of each parent's DNA and their union into dip... More »

Jellyfish reproduction involves both sexual and asexual processes: the fertilization of eggs, the release of hatched larvae and the asexual cloning of these larvae to produce infant jellyfish. The life cycle of a jellyfi... More »

Killer whales, like all other mammals, reproduce through sexual reproduction, which requires the union of a male killer whale's sperm with a female killer whale's egg. Once conception occurs, the fertilized egg develops ... More »

In asexual reproduction, the offspring come from a single parent, so no copulation occurs, and only one organism is responsible for the reproduction. In sexual reproduction, on the other hand, two organisms conceive or b... More »