Gynandromorphs are known to exist in insects, crustaceans, and birds. However, gynandromorphism is not the same as hermaphroditism.
Gynandromorphs: Dual-Sex Animals
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Gynandromorphs have both male and female traits. 00:32
Sex chromosomes are found in tightly coiled bundles of DNA. 01:40
Gynandromorphism is not the same as hermaphroditism. 02:44
Written by Curiosity Staff January 2, 2015
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