When females are smelled but not seen, the mouse sings a complex song. But once his intended is in sight, he becomes more subdued.
Dinosaurs ruled the planet for 130 million years, so clearly they knew how to perpetuate themselves, but scientists have not had much to go on, in terms of their exact mechanics for doing the deed.
The new frog is the only species known to give birth to live tadpoles.
A starving female mantis is better than her well-fed counterparts at using pheromones to attract males, new research suggests.
Sparks are said to fly when people are in love, and now science proves this literally happens when an egg and sperm hit it off.
The Christmas Island natives make their annual journey to the coast to mate.
Its distinctive mating call helps scientists distinguish the creature from already known frogs with which it was often confused.
The captive animals may not be as effective at increasing the genetic diversity of wild populations, if results on mice translate to other species.
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