Yes, male chickens can lay eggs, and no they can. Male chickens lay a lot more eggs than their female counterparts. The reason is that males have more testosterone than females. Testosterone is a hormone that makes it harder for females to have sex. It is important for males to have sex, so it is imperative for them to get plenty of it. Males need more testosterone than females, so they want to try to have sex as much as they can.
The best way to get extra testosterone is to mate. In fact, males who are inseminated are more likely to have sex than those who are not. Females who are not inseminated have more trouble having sex, so they like to use their sperm to fertilize as many eggs as they can.
I’m not entirely familiar with this, but do insects typically produce sperm too? I have this vivid image of a group of male ants with some kind of massive, hairy penis.
Well, yes and no. Male ants do indeed produce sperm, but it’s not the same kind of sperm as we’re used to. They can produce sperm that has a longer, thicker shaft. This sperm is then used to fertilize the egg and that’s the sperm that gets transferred to the next generation.
It’s not exactly the same sperm, but the same principle applies. Male insects like bees, ants, and certain bird species make their own types of sperm.
The male ant penis, as you can see in this illustration, is a giant (and incredibly hairy) thing. This is because the male ant needs a lot of sperm to fertilize the egg at one time, so he has to be able to lay hundreds of eggs at the same time. This is part of the reason why male ants can lay hundreds of eggs at a time (that’s why they’re so hairy). They can also produce sperm that has a longer, thicker shaft.
This is a common misconception that is caused by the fact that the male ant is the only type of ant that can make sperm. All ants are capable of this, but only male ants produce sperm with a longer, thicker shaft. That’s because the female ant lays eggs. If the female ant is unable to produce eggs at the same time that a male is able to, then her eggs will not be fertilized by the sperm she produces.
It’s not the male chickens that are hairy, it’s the males that are anty. The male chickens are actually tiny, hairy, ants that have developed a much more efficient way of forking off to lay eggs. Male chickens can lay eggs in a way that no other ant can.
Well, I guess if you can only have one sex then it’s just too bad that it’s not a male chicken.
But what can a male chicken do? Well, I guess it can lay eggs but I guess it can’t build buildings.