yes they are called fallopian tubes
The fallopian tubes may also be called the oviducts. The ovaries may also be called the female gonads.
The oviducts carry the egg cell from the ovary to the uterus.
Because the baby would not develop properly in the oviducts as it is covered in a jelly substance. Also the womb is warm . thankyouu
A cat's uterine tubes are different from a human's in that they are shorter and wider. Also, oviducts is another term for uterine tubes.
Male frogs do have oviducts, but they are vestigial and serve no actual purpose in reproduction.
In humans, oocytes are typically fertilized in the fallopian tubes. These tubes are also known as oviducts.
The oviducts are located in the ventral caudal abdomen, connecting the ovaries to the uterine body or horns, depending on the species.
another name for the fallopian tubes is go to google.com and find it :pI did that! The result is this...Fallopian tubes, also known as oviducts, uterine tubes, and salpinges (singularsalpinx)Source:~ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/
The oviducts job is to transport the eggs to meet the sperm, so they travel through the oviduct to get there every month or whenever your period is.
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