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#1 Mongoose87

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Posted 14 August 2006 - 12:12 PM

Do merfolk reproduce in a similar manner to fish, laying eggs for the male to fertalise?  Or is it some sort of quasi-humanoid method?  Anyone have any idea?

#2 -Alex-

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Posted 03 April 2012 - 05:54 PM

Hmmm... it could go one of two ways I believe. Granted, its a theory, not concrete.

One way would be the way you specified, eggs are layed and the male fertilizes them.

Another way could be the way Snakes and even whales or sharks reproduce. The male's member is hidden until the moment of arousal and then unsheathed, and then mating would occur. Snakes undergo the same thing, only their's is more of a hook of sorts that tickles along the female's serpent body to coerce her in the right position until it is able to mate with her.

I would assume it could go either way depending on the desire within the fantasy.