It's the penis.
We told you that would be an easy one. The penis is the external male sex organ that contains the urethra, which transports both semen and urine.
Glans penisEpididymisProstatePubic symphysis
It's the glans penis.
Also known as the head of the penis.
The pubic boneA seminal vesicleThe urethral meatusThe prostate
That's the pubic bone!
The pubic bone, which is also called the pubis, gives structure to the pelvic floor and connects to the pelvis.
Gall bladderSeminal meatusSeminal vesicleBiliary meatus
The seminal vesicle.
It's a gland that helps in the production of semen.
The foreskin covers and protects the head of the penis. (Unless the individual has been circumcised, that is.)
That's a testicle.
The testicles are two glands inside the scrotum that produce sperm and male hormones such as testosterone.
That's the epididyme.
The epididyme (or epididymis), is where sperm cells are stored after production in the testes and left to mature.
That's the bladder. Specifically, it's the urinary bladder.
The bladder is where urine is stored after passing through the kidneys.
It's the prostate gland.
The prostate gland is there to add secretions to sperm during the ejaculation of semen.
It's the anus!
It's the last stop on the digestive tract. You must have known that one, right?
That's the rectum.
The rectum is where any solid waste collects before it's, um...pooped out.
Sackus maximusUrethraScrotumSeminal vesicle
It's the scrotum.
The scrotum contains the testicles, as well as the epididymus. We actually mentioned it way back in question 6!
Ischio tuberosityCorpus cavernosaVas deferensUrethra
That's the urethra.
It's the duct used to expel urine and semen. Such a little tube with so many uses!
Bladder neckUrethral collarFrenulumUrethral meatus
That's the urethral meatus.
That's the fancy term for the opening at the end of the penis. The meatus regulates the release of semen and urine.
UrethraVas deferensUrethral meatusSperm hose
It is the vas deferens.
It's responsible for the transportation of semen from the epididymis glands to the prostate, and it's vastly different from the urethra. (Sorry.)
This post was translated from French.