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Tiny hairs move eggs down the fallopian tube

Motile cilia help transport unfertilised eggs from the ovary.

Green fluffy bumbs with purple hairs and purple circles with long tails
Coloured composition scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of human sperm travelling through a fallopian tube (oviduct) of a female. The inner walls of the fallopian tube contain simple columnar cells of two types: ciliated cells (purple, with hair-like cilia), and secretory cells (green). Credit: Steve Gschmeissner/Science Photo Library/Getty Images.