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Hello friends and welcome to a new Happy Learning video, today we are going to learn about the female and male reproductive system.
When we are born, there are a series of characteristics which clearly differentiate a woman from a man’s body. These are the sexual organs.
As we grow, our bodies change and it is easier to tell apart a girl from a boy but when we are little, when we are still babies, it isn´t so easy to see the difference at a simple glance, don’t you think?
So let’s learn a little more about both the female and male reproduction system.
The female reproductive system is made up of various organs with the majority located in the ladies interior.
Theses organs are the ovaries, the Fallopian tube, the uterus, the vagina and the vulva.
The ovaries are a pair of tiny glands where the feminine sexual cell known as the ova is formed and then matures. This occurs during puberty which is when the human beings develops and we stop being children and become adults.
The fallopian tubes are two long narrow tubes connecting the ovaries with the uterus.
The uterus is a hollow muscular organ where babies develop during pregnancy.
The vagina is an elastic muscular tube connecting the uterus to the exterior and it is also where babies come out during birth.
The vulva is the only external organ of the female reproductive system and it protects the entrance of the vagina.
Well now we know more about the female reproductive system. Now let’s look at the male one. The testicles, the vas deferens, the seminal vesicle, the penis and the urethra.
The organs of the male reproductive system are in the interior as well as on the exterior of a man’s body.
The penis is an external muscular organ and is where the urethra is located.
And the urethra is a tube with expulses both urine and semen out to the exterior .That’s in case you didn’t know, semen is a mixture of liquid seminal and sperm.
The testicles are two organs found on the exterior of the body. During puberty male sex hormones called testosterone start to produce.
The vas deferens communicates the testicles with the urethra and is found within the body.
The seminal vesicle produces a fluid called liquid seminal which transports the sperm.
Well now we know the female and male reproductive systems, fundamental for human beings to reproduce. Next we can learn more about reproduction in the video dedicated to that topic. Did you find it interesting? I hope so…
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