Why are hybrids of various kinds of organisms usually incapable of reproducing offspring (sterile)?

When crossing different species, the offspring is usually sterile because the number of chromosomes in different species is different. Dissimilar chromosomes cannot converge normally in pairs during meiosis, and the resulting germ cells do not receive a normal set of chromosomes.

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