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Why is reproduction important for organisms?
Reproduction refers to the process by which living organisms produce offspring of their own kind. It is important for the survival of all living beings. Without reproduction, life would come to an end. It is an essential process that ensures continuity of a particular species on Earth. Different organisms have different mode of reproduction, but the same purpose is served, i.e. increase in the number of individuals of a species.
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