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A Large White Yorkshire sow aged two years and eighth month gave birth to 10 piglets in its fourth farrowing at Livestock Research Station, Kattupakkam during the year 2007-2008. Immediately after birth, individual piglets were weighed and sex of the piglets was recorded. During screening, a newborn piglet was found to possess scrotal sacs and vulval opening in the perineal region. Because of the absence of preputial sheath in the ventral abdomen, the newborn piglet urinated through vulva and the discharge appeared like an “arch”. The scrotal sacs were normal in texture and consistency, containing free moving testes with no adherence within the sac. The pig was fed with concentrate feed and slaughtered at nine month of age to study the internal genital organs and sample of tissue from internal mass for taken for histological study and found that it was a case of true hermaphrodite.
Hermaphrodite, Pigs, Intersex and Large White Yorkshire., Animal-Behavior, Reproductive-Health, Transgenics, Animal Genetics