Explain the Process of Birth in Human Beings. - Science and Technology 2

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Explain the process of birth in human beings.

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Solution

Birth:

  •  When the baby is grown completely, it begins to move down towards the vaginal passage.
  •  The opening of the cervix gradually opens, and the baby is released out through the vagina.
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