During his research on Baby Yoda, the former imperial scientist also referred to the character as “he”, confirming his status as a male of the species. Officially licensed Disney merchandise also mentions the character as male, so this particular question is clearly answered.|The idea that Baby Yoda could be a clone of the original Yoda seemed to make sense at first, as cloning was widely used in the wars prior to the founding of the Galactic Empire – appropriately called “The Clone Wars”. As seen in the Star Wars prequel trilogy and Lucasfilm’s long history Star Wars: The Clone Wars In the animated series (just finished on Disney+), the Galactic Republic used a team giant clone army to fight the trade association to turn clones against the Jedi Star Wars: Revenge of the Siths and lay the groundwork for the rise of the Galactic Empire in the universe Star Wars. One can only hope that turning Darth Vader into the dark side is not in Baby Yoda’s future.|Fortunately in the seventh episode of The Mandalorian New Friend of Djarin, Kuiil seems to have debunked the cloning theory when he points out that Baby Yoda is nothing like the product of cloning. Given that Kuiil is a former imperial worker who is familiar with the cloning process, he will likely know the telltale signs of a clone – even one as adorable as Baby Yoda.|How strong is Baby Yoda?|Another thing that makes the Disney+ series so obvious is that Baby Yoda’s species have strong control over The Force in Lucasfilm’s Star Wars universe.