December 29, 2022
The female starts howling while marking a scent to attract her life-long mate.
Their lifelong bond helps them to raise their pups with good care.
These antelopes stay together and are hardly seen apart.
Whenever dik-diks feel danger, they don’t flee; instead, they hide.
Monogamy is not seen in most wolf species, but gray wolves are known for their affection towards their mate for life.
Females call the male for mating through non-behavioral cues
The male helps in assisting and grooming the little gibbons.
Gray foxes are secretive and, when mature, start finding mates in the fall.
They show the strong bond between them by using different howls to locate one another.
Red foxes use different communicative cues in spring to find a mate, i.e communicative scent marking.