12. Define external fertilisation. Mention its disadvantages.

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External fertilisation refers to the fusion of male and female gametes outside the body of the organism. The disadvantages of external fertilisation are as follows:

1. External fertilisation requires an aquatic medium

2. Offsprings produced are highly vulnerable to predators

3. Parental care is not provided to offsprings

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