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... Hermaphrodites Introduction In biology, a hermaphrodite is defined as any animal or plant that possesses both the female and the male reproductive organs. This means that a human hermaphrodite is a person with both reproductive organs, and has the ability to act as male or female depending on which genitalia is fully developed. However, this biological condition is not common in humans. In concise, there are three main categories of hermaphrodites namely true, male pseudo-hermaphrodite, and female pseudo-hermaphrodite. The main difference between the three types is the nature of the reproductive organ. Although some hermaphrodites have one sex organ being more dominant than the other, some have a...