Spawn sex

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Spawn is the eggs and sperm released or deposited into water by aquatic animals. As a verb, to spawn refers to the process of releasing the eggs and sperm, and the act of both sexes is called spawning. Most aquatic animals, except for aquatic mammals and reptiles , reproduce through the process of spawning. Spawn consists of the reproductive cells gametes of many aquatic animals, some of which will become fertilized and produce offspring.

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Every summer, tens of thousands of Atlantic salmon migrate from the Barents Sea to the Teno River, Finland, to spawn in the streams where they were born. This journey is a feat of endurance: salmon stop feeding and must navigate fast flowing water, leap over obstacles, and avoid predators, hooks, and fishing nets to arrive at their spawning grounds. The marathon doesn't stop there though: once they arrive at their spawning grounds, they must fight for the possibility to mate with members of the opposite sex. Who are the winners of this evolutionary competition?
Jenny Mallon receives funding from the Coral Conservation Society. Coral reefs host a quarter of all sea species , but climate change, overfishing, and pollution could drive these ecosystems to extinction within a matter of decades. Marine biologists have been racing to restore degraded reefs by collecting corals from the wild and breaking them into fragments.