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Squid sex: Smaller is bigger, bigger is smaller - msnbc.com


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Squid sex: Smaller is bigger, bigger is smaller
[SIZE=-1]Having larger sperm may be the result of how the smaller Loligo bleekeri squid fertilize the female's eggs. (Shown here, the squid species at a spawning ground.) By Wynne Parry Among one species of squid, large males produce small sperm, meanwhile, ...[/SIZE]
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