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Is it possible for an animal to have a plant stage in its life cycle?

Other posters have noted animals that have similar lifecycle to this, but plants also have a analogous process. It is called the alternation of generations. Basically, individuals who are diploid (...
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Is it possible for an animal to have a plant stage in its life cycle?

What you are describing is not formally a plant. In fact it’s not a plant at all by most definitions of the term. The correct description is that it’s an animal that has a sessile phase during it’s ...
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Is it possible for an animal to have a plant stage in its life cycle?

If by plant stage, you mean a sessile stage rather than a photosynthetic one, it's possible. The tunicate, a marine invertebrate, does it. One notes that it devours much of its brain after it roots ...
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Is it possible for an animal to have a plant stage in its life cycle?

Copying word to word from my previous answer to a similar question: It looks like the baseline of what you are looking for is the life cycle of jellyfishes with the difference of not taking place in ...
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Could an all-male society exist?

Vandread! This idea isn't new. The anime Vandread had that construct: The male planet Taraak reproduced with cloning and cloning Vats. The female planet Mejeer reproduced via genetic recombination ...
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Could an all-male society exist?

Your premise does not even require artificial wombs. Just have a separate male and female countries. Manland sends semen samples to Herland. Herland sends biologically male babies to Manland, which ...
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