Gynandromorphs: Dual-Sex Animals

Gynandromorphs are known to exist in insects, crustaceans, and birds. However, gynandromorphism is not the same as hermaphroditism.

Key Facts In This Video

  1. Gynandromorphs have both male and female traits. 00:32

  2. Sex chromosomes are found in tightly coiled bundles of DNA. 01:40

  3. Gynandromorphism is not the same as hermaphroditism. 02:44

Written by Curiosity Staff January 2, 2015

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