Testicondy

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In biology, testicondy in a species is the condition of having testicles situated within the abdomen as the normal anatomy of that species.[1] Testicondy can be further classified into primary testicondy and secondary testicondy.[clarification needed]

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  1. ^ Benton, Michael J. (2008-11-27). The History of Life: A Very Short Introduction. OUP Oxford. pp. 150--. ISBN 9780199226320.