Why, when crossing organisms of different species, is fertilization very rare?

Different species have different genotypes, i.e., different chromosome contents, the same chemical composition of the egg cell cytoplasm and sperm nucleus. Therefore, different species, even belonging to the same family, order, suborder, have a different set of chromosomes, which complicates or even limits fertilization.

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