What happens if a human man, for example, mated with a female mammal? Would it be pregnant?

Poster: STANCOBRIDGE | Date: 10:48pm, 8th Mar 2018. | Views: 68 | 1 Replies
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STANCOBRIDGE. Jalingo, Taraba
10:48pm, 8th Mar 2018.

All living things on the planet are related to each other. Hello, sibling.

Depends. If the mammal in question is a human, she (not “it”) might become pregnant. If it is any other kind of mammal then no, she won’t get pregnant.

Mammals are a type of animals, those that nurse their young, not a seperate species.

Vicky Prest

The mother of pigs, lover of animals.


Cross species fertilization cannot happen.

However there would be no such thing as a male ‘mating’ with a female mammal, it would be rape as animals are not designed for human sexual contact and cannot give consent.

Raf Young

Member of the Zoological Society of London.

Humans aren't close enough to any other extant species to be able to create hybrids, thankfully.

Those species which are able to hybridise are usually very similar genetically, in quite specific structural terms.

Horse/donkey, bottlenose dolphin/false killer whale, lion/tiger and so on.

So no, unless the female mammal was a human woman, the only think that would happen would be that someone would be quite rightly headed for jail.

Hannah Silver

fascinated with biology and animal facts since a young age

No. It’s not possible for there to be a human/animal hybrid.

Theoretically, a human/chimpanzee hybrid might be possible if done in a laboratory setting…but even if there weren’t laws against trying to do that sort of thing, it’s the sort of question a lot of people aren’t really comfortable trying to find the answer to.

Chimpanzees are the closest relative we have. There are no mammals which could get pregnant as a result of intercourse with a human male.

That said, bestiality is illegal in most areas.

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