Reproduction is the fundamental feature of all living life. Furthermore, we see asexual reproduction all throughout nature. Each organism on earth exists because of reproduction, rather it’s through asexual or sexual reproduction. There are two main types of reproduction, sexual and asexual.
There are many plants, animals, insects, bacteria, fungi that are asexual and reproduce with no mate. Asexual reproduction is when the individual produces the offspring and the offspring is more identical to itself. Offsprings reproduce from mitosis.
1. Whiptail Lizard
Whiptails lizards are cross breeds between which could be the reason they have several chromosomes. They don’t need any make chromosomes to reproduce healthy eggs and offspring’s. Whiptail lizards are very sexual because before laying eggs they mount other lizards. Pseudo-sexual behavior is common among uni-sexual lizards.
2. Komodo Dragon
Two Komodo dragons in the U.K. gave birth to healthy eggs without having sex with a male Komodo Dragon counterpart. Flora laid 11 eggs and eight developed healthy. Moreover, the other Sungai had 22 eggs. Four of the eggs were healthy male dragons.
Female Komodo Dragons have two sex chromosomes, a Z and W unlike the male dragon who has ZZ chromosomes.
3. Marmorkrebs Crayfish
Reported by TIME Magazine on a female marmorkrebs crayfish. A biologist stated a Female Crayfish was in an aquarium by herself and ended up laying multiple eggs. The eggs developed into her offspring.
The scientist looked heavily for sperm or male gonads that could have been hiding in her cavity’s so that she would be able to fertilize the eggs, but they found nothing.
4. Hammer Head Sharks
A female shovel-head that had never been exposed to a male hammer head laid eggs with a full set of chromosomes. Her female genetics had doubled that. Automatic parthenogenesis is the process.