Sex between animals with multiple arms and suckers is perhaps as intense, and romantic, as it gets in the animal kingdom.
Male wolf spiders learn how to copy each others' dance routines to impress the female set.
It's hard to imagine a shark that works harder for love than the glowing, grooving velvet belly lanternshark.
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A song produced by male nightingales communicates dad skills to attentive, listening females.
Songbirds have a compelling reason to get out of bed early: mating.
Male species of the antechinus spend two to three weeks a year in a testosterone-fueled mating marathon.
The wooing only works if the females can feel these vibrations.
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