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In external fertilization, the females lays hundreds of eggs outside in places like streams. The eggs are kept together and protected by a layer of jelly. The male deposits sperms over the eggs resulting in the fertilization. 

 

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In external fertilization, the females lays hundreds of eggs outside in places like streams. The eggs are kept together and protected by a layer of jelly. The male deposits sperms over the eggs resulting in the fertilization. 

 

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In external fertilization, the females lays hundreds of eggs outside in places like streams. The eggs are kept together and protected by a layer of jelly. The male deposits sperms over the eggs resulting in the fertilization. 

 

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