Yes. Known as hybrid specialization, some animals breed between species to create a third, viable species. While known for a while that plants could do this, only more recently has it come to light that both insects and fish do this as well.
Yes. For example, there are certain uni-sexual species of fish that only present as females. These species rely on males from other species to reproduce (though they discard the DNA).
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