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How exactly does muto reproduction work?
The reboot of Godzilla is actually a love story. A love story about two giant star-crossed parasites that would move heaven and earth and trek halfway across the world to be reunited and make with the parasite baby-making. Awwwww.
Except I fear no one who worked on this film finished freshman biology. Or they're so removed from the concept of reproduction they forgot it you can't actually get some pregnant from hugging too much. I know, your parents lied to you. Look, the mutos are basically giant insects. And the dude has been snacking on delicious radiation via nukes with a crunchy outer coating. And the lady clearly needs more radiation to get her dangling egg sac to gestate. But them nuzzling faces and him giving her a nuke as a present? That…isn't how making babies works. If women fertilized eggs every time their man brought a present, we'd be extinct from critical overpopulation before the Industrial Revolution.
So it looks like dude brought his lover/sister — man incest is hot right now! — a nuke and she uses it to fertilize the eggs. What? You know what else was full of radiation? The dude muto. She should've gone all praying mantis on his ass and ripped his head off and used THAT to eject her ovipositor into. Gross and biologically sound? Hell yes.