Superfecundation is a fascinating reproductive phenomenon that occurs in certain animal species, where a female can produce a litter with multiple fathers. This means that each offspring in the litter can have a different biological father, making for a diverse and genetically varied litter. While this may seem strange to us humans, it is actually quite common in the animal kingdom, especially among mammals such as dogs, cats, and even some primates. 

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