In humans, the fetus is typically carried by the male, as is typical with most animals. Only specific types of seahorse and pipefish have females carry offspring.


A human male typically has a cervix, uterus, vagina, and ovaries.


Conception involves the female, having eggs come out of her penis, travel through the male's reproductive system until they reach the sperm. The sperm is fertilized, and in about ten months, the male gives birth.