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Why Is Internal Fertilization Important?

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Internal fertilisation is important because it enables animals to reproduce in terrestrial surroundings as it lets sperm to swim to the egg and keeps the gametes from drying out. Internal fertilisation is typically performed by species that lay shelled eggs.
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