um...ik thism ay sound dumb but how do cows, chickens, etc reproduce bc they dont have special parts, if ya know what I mean..
What are you talking about 'they don't have special parts'? Bulls have their penis hanging out there like any other male mammal! And cows have their vagina and everything that's as visible as ours if we stand on our hands and feet. The males get on top of the female to have intercourse like most animals.
Some animals though have a 'hidden' multi-purpose hole called a 'cloaca'. All birds, reptiles, and amphibians have a cloaca. They pee, poo, and reproduce through those holes. These animals include turtles, crocodiles, and most birds. Birds that mate using this method touch their cloacae for a only a few seconds, sufficient enough time for sperm to be transferred from the male to the female. Some species of male swans and ducks do not use a cloaca for reproduction, as some have a penis.
Here's something interesting:
Human beings only have an embryonic cloaca, which is split up into separate tracts during the development of the urinary and reproductive organs. However, a few human congenital disorders result in persons being born with a cloaca, including persistent cloaca and Sirenomelia (mermaid syndrome).
Cows aren't ANY different than other mammals...Bulls have testicles and a peis, cows have a vagina, uterus and ovaries...(however, bulls are the only animals whose peis has a bone...a REAL bone in it).
Chickens are a little trickier :)...tho, they aren't mammals...
every single animal reproduces and to do that, every single animal has reproductie organs they might not look anything like ours they might be in a different place and you might not be able to see them but there still there
"they dont have special parts, if ya know what I mean"
uhm no I dont... cows have a vagina, ovary, uterus etc... their reproduction isnt too different from most mammals (including humans)
haha SERIOUSLyY lmao I just had a 45 min argument wit mi friend about how cows do NOT do it themselves...lolz