Superfecundation is a fascinating phenomenon observed in various animal species, where a female can produce a litter with offspring sired by multiple males. This unique reproductive strategy allows for increased genetic diversity within the offspring and can also provide benefits such as increased protection and resources for the litter. While this may seem like a rare occurrence, superfecundation has been observed in a range of species including cats, dogs, rodents, and even primates.
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