. External fertilization occurs in majority of
- External fertilization is most common in wet conditions, and it necessitates both the male and female to release their gametes into the environment (usually water).
- External fertilization has the advantage of causing a large number of children to be produced.
One drawback is that predators and other environmental hazards dramatically lower the chances of surviving to adulthood.
- Amphibians and fish, as well as aquatic algae, are examples of organisms that reproduce in this manner.
- As a result, option A is the right answer.
Final Answer :
The correct answer is Option A : Algae.