Name the female reproductive organ in which the embryo gets embedded in.
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The embryo becomes embedded or implanted in the uterus due to the presence of uterine wall.
In the uterus, the embryo continues to develop into a fully grown foetus during the gestation period.
This outer layer of the blastocyst eventually develops into the placenta, which serves as a source of nutrition as well as a conduit for the exchange of gases and waste products between the mother's and the foetus' bodies.