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Amazing Pig Mating and Shit of Sow, two men support at country side Siem Reap, Cambodia
 
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Real Mating With A Dog And A Goat Unbelievable
 
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Male Lion Mates with Another Male
 
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Finding a pair of mating lions is not so unusual to spot on a safari to the Kruger National Park. But, finding a pair of male lions trying to have a go at it is a phenomenon that is rarely witnessed. BOOK YOUR TRIP TO KRUGER: http://bit.ly/BookatKruger Klaus, engineer, and daughter, Kira, tell Latestsightings.com the story of how this sighting played out: “In the morning, the H6 road is usually much quieter than the famous S100, which runs parallel to the H6.” “In a cold winter’s morning, tar roads store the heat from the day before, so this usually attracts cats, like lions, and many other animals. So this road is generally where we started our mornings.” Send in your wildlife video here, and earn money: https://www.latestsightings.com/partnership “During our previous 4 days in the park, we had not seen a whole lot, so, even if these lions had not shown that particular mounting behaviour, we would have been pretty happy with the encounter. What made this sighting even more special, was that there was only one vehicle next to us. As time passed, more vehicles started to show up, somewhat disturbing the lions. So, the three huge males left the tar road and trotted south into the thick bush.” “For regular safari travellers like us, who have been visiting Africa for close to 20 years now, with more than 300 nights in the bushes of 7 different countries, mating lions is not a rare sighting, in fact. we had observed a male / female couple just 24 hours earlier near Crocodile Bridge. However, a male / male combo was a first for us! This behaviour is actualy not known as male lions mating, as this was not an expression of sexuality and no penetration occurs, but rather, this is an act of dominance. Dominant male lions, and also other animals, such as elephants, will mount the other males to, in a way, show them who is boss.” To license the footage: [email protected] Get some of our exclusive specials at the Kruger National Park (Free nights): https://www.latestsightings.com/specials Snapchat: LatestSightings Twitter & Instagram: @LatestKruger For live wildlife sightings in the Kruger National Park: http://www.latestsightings.com/ And like our Facebook page for great sightings and photos: https://www.facebook.com/latestsightingskruger Subscribe to us on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/LatestSightings
Views: 556435 Kruger Sightings
Doberman mating
 
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Men Among Animals - They Build A Colony (official)
 
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Off Men Among Animal's new album "Buried Handsome" which was released on Tapete Records.
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Gay Pride! Male Lions Reinforcing Social Bonds
 
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*Not actually gay... The Maingilane coalition often reinforce their social bond by mounting one another. IT SHOWS DOMINANCE!!! No wait... THEY SWAPPED PLACES!!!!!!!!! Mounting within a coalition does not show dominance as this clip shows the pair swapping positions, it is just a way of showing affection between one another. So: Not Gay, Not Dominance, Just natural bonding behavior. Filmed in the Sabi Sand Wildtuin, Greater Kruger National Park, South Africa Filmed in 4K UHD resolution using the Sony AX100 video camera Subscribe for more great wildlife clips: http://goo.gl/VdOHuS #Wildlife #Safari #Africa ROB THE RANGER WILDLIFE VIDEOS on Social Networks: TWITTER: http://goo.gl/U8IQGf BLOG: http://goo.gl/yJJ3pT FACEBOOK: http://goo.gl/M8pnJh GOOGLE+: http://gplus.to/robtheranger TUMBLR: http://goo.gl/qF6sNS #YouTubeSSA #YouTubeZA Follow #nowfilming on social networks for LIVE photo updates Please consider buying a T-shirt or hoodie to support the channel: Official Merchandise Store: https://teespring.com/stores/robtheranger Book A Safari at www.wildextracts.co.ke or email [email protected] Wild Extracts Safaris A similar interaction between two lions in Kenya made international headlines, one Kenyan politician said the lions should be isolated and that they probably lerned it from the bad behaviour of the tourists they have seen on safari!!!!
Horse Meeting go wrong
 
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Man & horse
 
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Please JOIN US and ''SUBSCRIBE'' to our channel for more COOL videos!!!! Also Like and Comment our videos. Thanks. We try to inform and educate our viewers on the subject of animal reproduction and breeding. Mating animals of the same breed for maintaining such breed is referred to as purebred breeding. Opposite to the practice of mating animals of different breeds, purebred breeding aims to establish and maintain stable traits, that animals will pass to the next generation. By "breeding the best to the best," employing a certain degree of inbreeding, considerable culling, and selection for "superior" qualities, one could develop a bloodline or "breed" superior in certain respects to the original base stock.
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Ozzy Man's The Lives of Animals - Volume 1
 
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Ozzy Man's The Lives of Animals. Click 'show more' to see a list of vids used. http://www.youtube.com/ozzymanreviews http://www.facebook.com/ozzymanreviews @OzzyManReviews Credits: Moose Fight: https://youtu.be/1u5Tdf8-er8 Kangaroo Night Fight: https://youtu.be/yAf5wChg0eQ Puppy Pug Wants To Go On Motorcycle https://youtu.be/TPdrmkm2YU8 Tapir Struggling to Mate https://youtu.be/PDSNz8qr4yE Animals in Mirrors Hilarious Reactions https://youtu.be/GaMylwohL14 Penguin Fail Best Bloopers https://youtu.be/Tcx6YyXvvRI Jaguar Eating Alligator https://www.facebook.com/AdorableAnimals2014/videos/1498959470431725/
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Rhinos Mating in Front of Tourists
 
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During the approaching mating period, a territorial bull rhino will join the female for up to 20 days. At first he accompanies the female by keeping a fair distance until she comes into full oestrus and allows him to approach. Kruger accommodation specials here: http://bit.ly/Vacationdeals The courtship lasts up to a day, characterized by the male resting his chin on the female’s rump and attempted mounting (0:00). Finally, the cow will stand still, with tail curled, and allow copulation. Mating is remarkably prolonged, lasting from 20 minutes to one hour. Support our channel by becoming a Patron: http://bit.ly/LatestSightingsPatreon For 40 year old Wildlife photographic guide in Kruger National Park, Bernhard Bekker, this was simply an astonishing sighting have witnessed! He tells LatestSightings.com about his incredible encounter: “This was truly a one in a million spot. Out on a drive, we came around the corner when we saw this rhino standing on his back legs and looking funny facing away from us and we were baffled for a moment, as it was very unusual. We then noticed the female as they moved forward around the bush together. Because of the build up to the mating I can seriously consider myself lucky to have been in the right place at the right time. Before you know it the male dismounts the female and then it feels as if everything has gone by in a blur and you never even saw the event." Send in your wildlife video here, and earn money: https://www.latestsightings.com/partnership To license the footage: [email protected] Get some of our exclusive specials at the Kruger National Park (Free nights): https://www.latestsightings.com/specials Snapchat: LatestSightings Twitter & Instagram: @LatestKruger For live wildlife sightings in the Kruger National Park: http://www.latestsightings.com/ And like our Facebook page for great sightings and photos: https://www.facebook.com/latestsightingskruger Subscribe to us on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/LatestSightings
Views: 521885 Kruger Sightings
big Horse mating litle donkey compilation
 
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Awkward! Three male lions take turns mating with lioness
 
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This lioness's milkshake brought all the boy lions to the yard. Latest Sightings shared a video of a lioness having a mating party with three male lions - each taking turns and bumping the other away in an almost playful manner. The video was captured by field guide Matthew Smith in Sabi Sands, and explains that these lions are part of a pride that lost five members in one year, with only two females remaining who had been avoiding males. The males in the video are all brothers. He was amazed at what happened, especially for the lioness to mate with so many in such quick succession in front of each other. "My only possible reasoning for this might be because of their age. These males are close to five years of age and therefore still fairly young and may not have established dominance amongst one another," Smith told Latest Sightings. "This was one of the rarest and most unique sightings I have ever experienced. I have never heard of or seen anything like this."
Views: 281355 Traveller24
Real mating of male and female buffalo || Animals real mating videos
 
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Real mating of male and female buffalo || Animals real mating videos
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Relationship & Animal Mating | Nomadic Tribes - Documentary
 
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The relationship & animal mating between living beings have been the key to forming links between individuals in nature. PART 1: Relationship & Animal Mating. Aggressive Male PART 2: Relationship & Animal Mating. Sexual Conflict PART 3: Relationship & Animal Mating. Nomadic Tribes PART 4: Relationship & Animal Mating. Supernatural Beings ▶ SUBSCRIBE! http://bit.ly/PlanetDoc Full Documentaries every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday! ▶ Full Documentary "Survivors of Planet Earth" http://pdoc.es/SurvivorsPE The african tribe Himba are a matriarchal culture in Namibia. Though they are nomads, their strong culture goes with them wherever they go. The young Himbas observe and absorb their own identity as a people. These girls have the plaits which indicate they are still immature, they are not women yet. But today they have a dream. The village is celebrating the fact that one of the girls has had her first period, and her plaits have finally been cut off. Not one of these girls, however, but rather an elder sister. The two girls can hardly wait for the time when they too will wear the decorations signifying womanhood, and everyone will dance in their honour. The proud mother will continue to work until her younger daughter celebrates that important day. Afterwards, the three will follow the example of their grandmother, who has already churned the milk in so many camps, and knows the importance of cultural identity for a Himba woman. On the other side of the world, in the Mongolian taiga, the Tsaatan tribe are well aware of the effects forced acculturation can have on people. They are called “the reindeer people”. Their nomadic, independent life means they constantly move between Russia and Siberia. With the arrival of socialism in the region, the state took their reindeer off them, banned their religion, gave them a salary and appointed a commissary to impose fines for practicing ancient customs. Vets came, and replaced the traditional ways of treating animals. Now, the vets have gone, but the Tsaatan have forgotten their traditional medicine, and so the animals die. From when they are young, the children must learn the jobs necessary to survive in such a harsh climate. Here more than anywhere their home is their castle. Inside the tipi, as in the case of the Himba tribe, the youngest absorb the culture through contact with their elders. For humans, the grandparents play an important role: it has been demonstrated that they offer a very different perspective from the parents, and provide the children’s not yet fully-formed brains with examples of serenity and calm. Often, the man and wife must invest considerable efforts in obtaining the elements necessary for daily survival, such as this cradle of birch, which the father is making for the new member of the clan. For this reason, it is important they all remain together as long as possible. That is the key to human progress - the family. Cultural defence of the family may also have developed as a way of safeguarding its important biological function, to successfully raise a new generation. Since the beginning of life in the sea, adaptation has taught animals to establish relationships with other beings. No one on the planet wants to be forever alone, and all animals surround themselves with more or less complex social structures, to increase the chances of survival. In addition, these relationships are further complicated by sexual reproduction, which implies the need to form couples and take care of the offspring, and this makes it both more possible and more necessary to develop social intelligence. The human mind has created relationships even beyond the real world, seeking to communicate with superior beings who can help us explain the thousands of questions posed by our enormous brains. It is these relationships that have enabled mankind to colonise the entire earth. Some animals have developed mating strategies in which stable relationships play no part. SUBSCRIBE | http://bit.ly/PlanetDoc FULL DOCUMENTARIES | http://bit.ly/Full-Docs SURVIVORS OF PLANET EARTH | http://pdoc.es/SurvivorsPE FACEBOOK | http://bit.ly/FBPDoc TWITTER | http://bit.ly/TwPDoc TUMBLR | http://bit.ly/TbPlDoc
3 Male Lions Go For 1 Lioness!
 
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Happy Valentine's Day to all the lions watching! This has definitely got to be a once in a lifetime sighting as we have never seen such an extraordinary ritual happen before. BOOK YOUR SAFARI HERE: http://bit.ly/SafariBookingsLS Field Guide at &beyond Kirkmans Kamp, in the Sabi Sands, Matthew Smith (25), recalls the version of the event to Latestsightings.com: “The Eyrefield pride have had a torrid 2017, losing 5 pride members to other lions. Only 2 females remain and the future of the pride lies in their hands. They have been continually running away from and avoiding any males, so we were extremely excited to find the younger lioness with a male one morning. That evening there was a lot of roaring around the lodge and the next morning we found these 3 males with the same young lioness. They had chased off the other male and were now all with the female in quick succession. Send in your wildlife video here, and earn money: https://www.latestsightings.com/partnership I was initially very excited just to see the lioness doing this with the males, because we had been waiting a very long time for this. For a pride take over and hopefully some cubs in the near future. But what happened then was just unbelievable. I have heard of lionesses doing this with more than one male so as to confuse them who fathered the cubs, thereby ensuring the cubs safety. But I have never heard of or seen a female with more than one male in such quick succession and in the presence of the other males. The 3 males are brothers and seemed almost content with sharing. My only possible reasoning for this might be because of their age. These males are close to 5 years of age and therefore still fairly young and may not have established dominance amongst one another. She did this with these males over a period of 3 days, every 15 minutes or so. She did, however, have a preference for 2 of the males, the ones with slightly fuller manes. This was one of the rarest and most unique sightings I have ever experienced. I have never heard of or seen anything like this”. To license the footage: [email protected] Get some of our exclusive specials at the Kruger National Park (Free nights): https://www.latestsightings.com/specials Snapchat: LatestSightings Twitter & Instagram: @LatestKruger For live wildlife sightings in the Kruger National Park: http://www.latestsightings.com/ And like our Facebook page for great sightings and photos: https://www.facebook.com/latestsightingskruger Subscribe to us on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/LatestSightings
Views: 1021520 Kruger Sightings
Animals Mating - LION TIGER Love
 
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Animals Mating - LION TIGER Love Lions and tigers mating video.
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Cute Donkey Mating
 
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13 STRANGE Mating Behaviors of Animals
 
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From wild hare fights, to the crazy things giant panda's do, these are 13 STRANGE Mating Behaviors of Animals ! Red Sided Garter Snake -- The mating habits of these animals resembles something of a reptilian orgy. Generally, there are far more males than females … during mating season, one or more females can be completely overwhelmed by ten male snakes or more. As the creatures writhe and entwine about each other, it results in a type of ‘mating ball’. The male creatures coil about one another in an attempt to impregnate the female. Some males are known to release female pheromones in an effort to distract their competitors, and gain some alone time with the female. Hippos -- So we’ll warn you right now … if you’re eating, you may want to skip this segment. You might guess that any animal that looks like a hippo isn’t going to take the subtle approach when it comes to wooing a mate. When a male hippo has set his sights on a potential mate, he positions himself where she can clearly see him. Whereupon the male then proceeds to lose control of his bowels and bladder … on purpose. If you’ve seen “Finding Nemo” or “Finding Dory”, you’re familiar with clownfish. But did you know they can switch gender when it’s required? They’re known as sequential hermaphrodites … Clownfish develop as males first, and upon maturation become females. Clownfish, or anemonefish, adhere to a strict dominance hierarchy … with the biggest and most aggressive female found at the top. In a group, only a male and a female will reproduce. But should the female clownfish be removed from the group, then one of the more dominant males will transform into a female. That leaves the rest of the males to move up a notch in the hierarchy. White Fronted Parrots -- This Central American species of parrot has an extremely unusual way of initiating the mating process. Not unlike humans, they’ll snuggle close and lock lips -- or beaks, in this case. But completely unlike humans -- or so we hope -- the male then regurgitates directly into the mouth of his intended. The female usually accepts this gift as a sign of intimacy. Either she’s very patient or the male parrot used a great mouthwash. Praying Mantis -- These insects have a bad reputation when it comes to deadly mating rituals .. and it seems that reputation is well-earned. A receptive female is known to eat her lover, while in the midst of lovemaking … and starts by biting off his head. It’s one of the better-researched types of sexual cannibalism … the good news for the male mantids is that this sort of incident only happens about 16% of the time. Even with those odds, do you think it’s worth the risk? Wild Hares -- Ever wonder where the term “mad as a March Hare” came from? It refers to the springtime mating season of hares … the amorous males are often seen leaping through the fields, and they fight for the right to mate with the elusive female. You can get a vivid illustration of their mating rituals in these pictures by Andy Rouse. It’s amazing how they actually seem to throw punches at each other! The males, or jacks, will box with each other, or with the jills as a precursor to mating. Only the most determined males who manage to endure the fighting and high speed chases will win the rights to mate with the female! Red Capped Manakin -- This bird is found in tropical forests of Central America through South America. It’s look is decidedly cool … and it has an even cooler method to court the ladies. When he targets the female of his choice this guy is known to perform a type of moonwalk, not unlike Michael Jackson! He’ll also emit a series of noises like buzzes and snapping sounds … so it’s a complete song and dance act. It not only serves to woo his lady, but it also warns off other potential suitors … as if to say, “The Girl is Mine”! Pandamonium -- Female giant Pandas are known to lose their desire to mate once in captivity, and are very selective about their partners … that results in incredibly low breeding rates. When Giant Pandas at Chiang Mai (chee-yang my) Zoo in Thailand were unenthusiastic about mating, zookeepers there hit upon the idea of showing the animals videos of other giant pandas having sex … also known as ‘panda pornography’.. Researchers there have reported some successful panda couplings after using this method. Similar success has also been found in China. After commencing the experiment, 31 cubs were born there over a 10-month period. Other methods to stimulate the pandas libido include dance-like exercises that boost the animal’s stamina … and even administering Viagra to jump-start the procreative process. Subscribe to Epic Wildlife http://goo.gl/6rzs5u Let's Connect -- http://www.epicadamwildlife.com/ -- http://www.facebook.com/epicadamwildlife -- http://www.twitter.com/epicwildlife -- http://gplus.to/epicwildlife
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Anglerfish Mating is Pretty Gross, Guys
 
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What's the deal with anglerfish? In this video we explore a brief history of anglerfish discovery—and why exactly scientists couldn't find any male anglerfish for years. Have you ever heard of parasitic mating? It's as fun as it sounds. Enjoy! ------------------------------------------------------------------ Come hang out in our Facebook Group: Animals for Smart People (http://bit.ly/2dhKAmV) Twitter: @Jess_Keating (me!) and @AnimalsSmartPpl Instagram: jesskeatingbooks More about Jess: www.jesskeating.com --------------------------------------------------------------------- Producer, Writer, Creator, Editor, Host: Jess Keating --------------------------------------------------------------------- Theme music, images and SFX: Credit images: Jess Keating (taken at the Grant Museum of Zoology in London, England) Kevin Macleod - The Show Must Be Go -bennychico - wink - freesound.org -lebcraftlp - woosh - freesound.org Anglerfish: Javontaevious at English Wikipedia [GFDL (http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/fdl.html) or CC BY-SA 3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0)], via Wikimedia Commons
Gorilla Mating | Mountain Gorilla | BBC
 
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New David Attenborough series Dynasties coming soon! Watch the first trailer here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JWI1eCbksdE --~-- A relatively new female to the group wants to mate with the dominant male. But his lack of interest pushes her towards one of the more juvenile adults instead. Subscribe to BBC Earth: http://bit.ly/BBCEarthSubBBC Earth YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/BBCEarth BBC Earth Facebook http://www.facebook.com/bbcearth (ex-UK only) BBC Earth Twitter http://www.twitter.com/bbcearth Visit http://www.bbc.com/earth/world for all the latest animal news and wildlife videos This is a channel from BBC Studios who help fund new BBC programmes.
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The most intriguing goat mating between old virgin females to males, females are afraid
 
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still a virgin female goat mated with older males, the female goats saw and felt worried very amazing video about goat mating, visit : Large males marry a virgin females, females are afraid. This video for entertainment and additional knowledge that animals also have desires, like humans video link is very interesting and exciting . hopefully this video is entertaining and useful no to pornography or sexual purposes, thanks.
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Ostriches Mating in Front of Tourists
 
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This is certainly a fascinating video to watch! Most people have probably never seen the show a male ostrich puts on to woo his girl... Kruger accommodation specials here: http://bit.ly/Vacationdeals Caught on film by Law Firm Secretary, Rina Van Heerden (55) during a visit to Mabalingwe. “After all the years of visiting Mabalingwe and other reserves this was definitely a first. We were on an early morning game drive and stopped to watch some animals. Out of the blue a male ostrich came out from behind our vehicle and started this really interesting mating dance. We were all super excited to be witnessing this. The game ranger told us that this is not something one sees easily. After his performance the male just got up and left. Is still fascinating to me every time I see the video. Certainly something worth remembering”. Send in your wildlife video here, and earn money: http://www.latestsightings.com/content/partnership To license the footage: [email protected] To book a safari, click here: http://www.latestsightings.com/holidays Snapchat: LatestSightings Twitter & Instagram: @LatestKruger For live wildlife sightings in the Kruger National Park: http://www.latestsightings.com/ And like our Facebook page for great sightings and photos: https://www.facebook.com/latestsightingskruger Subscribe to us on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/LatestSightings
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13 Strangest Mating Rituals
 
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Animals do some really bizarre things to make sure that they reproduce from strange neck fights to beautiful feather displays. Subscribe to American Eye http://goo.gl/GBphkv 7. Hippopotamus This one is about to get a little messy. One of the most feared animals in Africa has a bizarre mating ritual to back up their reputation. While it’s hard to tell sometimes exactly what’s going on in the murky water, it’s known that the male uses his tail to spray her with his feces. Sounds charming right? This somehow hypnotizes the female and lures her in closer. After he’s selected his potential mate, it’s believed that the water helps keep the female buoyant and allows her from not getting crushed by his sheer weight. 6. Porcupine The mating rituals of porcupines get quite detailed. It turns our female porcupines can only get turned on only 8-12 hours during an entire year. When they are thirsty, they tend to linger around the males more often than not, purposely exposing their prickly butts. This predictably excites the male and he becomes aggressive to other males in the area if they’re around. The females lets off pheromones and the male porcupine proceeds in sniffing her entire body. Once the sniffing has ended, the male lets off a huge stream of urine, completely soaking her in the process. After this is over, they’re ready to get it on. 5. Penguins In case you were beginning to get a little grossed out by some of these, the penguin’s mating rituals are a little more romantic but still somewhat bizarre if you compare them to the rest of the animal kingdom. Ladies might expect a man to bring them candies or flowers when attempting to win her over, while penguins bring over pebbles. And not just any pebbles, the males bring the smoothest, best looking pebbles they can find over to her. If she approves of the stone, she might keep it, and put it in her nest. Males even begin to fight over the most perfect stones. The nests prove extremely important for creating a proper nest. Once successfully mating in the extreme snow and cold conditions, the males stays monogamous the rest of their life and they live happily ever after. 4. Snails Ok back to the crazy stuff. Snails are actually hermaphrodites and neither of them actually want to get pregnant because it might be painful. Snails who tend to communicate for long amounts of time will eventually pierce each other. How do they do that you might ask. Love darts are like daggers that protrudes through the snail's mucus skin, and it injects the other snail with sperm in order for it to have eggs. What’s weird is both of these animals have them and it turns out like a fight to get the other one pregnant. 3. Peacocks Peacocks are well known for their impressive display of colorful feathers. They don’t have them for nothing either. The females apparently select their mates according to the size, color and shape of their feathers. Only the male species has these feathers which often appear to look like hundreds of eyes with blue, gold, green and even red colorings. Females aren’t even referred to as peacocks but peahens in case you were wondering. When the peacock spots the hen of choice, he spreads his miraculous feathers, seemingly trying to hypnotize her. When she appears to be in a trance, he strikes and soon more peacocks will be made. 2. Firefly Mating Ritual The Bachelor fireflies put on quite a show in order to attract females on the prowl. During their 2-week lifespan as a mature firefly, they basically only cares about one thing; reproducing. Annually all the fireflies of the group begin a light show that attracts the human species as well. Visitors each year flock to the national parks to witness for themselves. But guys, this still doesn’t mean flashing random ladies is a good idea. Leave that to the fireflies. 1. Garter Snake The Garter snake mating ritual is so fancy, that the proper term for it actually is the Mating Ball. Incredible numbers of snakes chase after one single female or queen of the ball, you could say. The female releases a pheromone when she’s ready to mate and snakes from all over the forest come to see if they can get a little action. Hundreds of snakes piled up on top of each other create a mind boggling image and probably somewhere you don’t want to be if you're afraid of snakes. In this photos, there’s an estimated 10 thousand snakes chasing after 1 female! The smaller male snakes jump on top of her as her pheramones are driving them absolutely insane. If you ladies thought you had it bad at a nightclub, you got nothing on the female garter snake. Sorry.
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Wow! Amazing Man Breeds Cows | Funny Animals Mating Compilation 2017
 
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Male On Male Mounting Within A Dominant Coalition
 
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The Majingilane lion coalition engaging in mock mating behaviour with each other. This is often seen as a way of asserting dominance over one another but in this case it is more likely just a way of reinforcing their social bonds as you can see that the males swap places. Filmed in the Sabi Sand Wildtuin, Greater Kruger National Park, South Africa Subscribe for more great wildlife clips: http://goo.gl/VdOHuS #Wildlife #Safari #Africa ROB THE RANGER WILDLIFE VIDEOS on Social Networks: TWITTER: http://goo.gl/U8IQGf BLOG: http://goo.gl/yJJ3pT FACEBOOK: http://goo.gl/M8pnJh GOOGLE+: http://gplus.to/robtheranger TUMBLR: http://goo.gl/qF6sNS #zayoutubers #YouTubeSSA #YouTubeZA Follow #nowfilming on social networks for LIVE photo updates Please consider buying a T-shirt or hoodie to support the channel: Official Merchandise Store: https://teespring.com/stores/robtheranger Book A Safari at www.wildextracts.co.ke or email [email protected] Wild Extracts Safaris A similar interaction between two lions in Kenya made international headlines, one Kenyan politician said the lions should be isolated and that they probably lerned it from the bad behaviour of the tourists they have seen on safari!!!!
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horse mating and best animals attack with human
 
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7 Animals That Practice Homosexuality
 
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If you enjoy my content, please follow me on: Website - http://7topmost.com Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/7topmost Twitter - https://twitter.com/7topmost Source:https://docs.google.com/document/d/1RCeWfd9UVhnwJwNk6Fjn0UrDZDxBoEihfwyBKlR5J5s/edit?usp=sharing Description: Bottlenose Dolphins Dolphins are comparable to both chimpanzees and humans in cognitive and social abilities. Great diversity exists in dolphin societies as well, and numerous same-sex liaisons have been identified. In one incredible case, a pair of gay dolphins enjoyed a seventeen-year relationship. Researchers also found a whole pod of dolphins—composed entirely of males—whose members were certainly not lacking in romantic experiences. Many other dolphins have been found to be bisexual, enjoying passionate contact among their own sex as well as the opposite. Bonobos Bonobos, which resemble miniature chimpanzees, are not only among the world's most intelligent animals but are in fact humanity's closest relative. Since many of the conflicts occur between two males or between two females, homosexual bonding is a frequent occurrence among these amorous apes. Sexual encounters may serve to increase social standing among females—but it also occurs among males, who may take a more "play fight" based approach. Cock of the Rock Andean "cock of the rock" are spectacular forest songbirds with an extremely dramatic appearance, combining brilliant orange with a huge crest. Natural selection has led to some rather outlandish feather adornments. Remarkably, up to forty percent of males engage in same sex activity. Unlike the seabirds previously discussed, only the male birds of this species seek homosexual encounters. It is possible that the gay behavior stems from high population densities, and extensive competition for females. African Lions African lions are frequently invoked as symbols of traditional ruler ship; especially in patriarchal societies which involve female harems. A certain percentage of male African lions; however, forsake the available females in order to form their own same-sex group gatherings. Male lions have been documented mounting other males, and engaging in a variety of behaviors normally reserved for single pairs of opposite-sex couples. Waterfowl and Penguins Homosexual behavior has been documented in wild Australian black swans, who sometimes form threesomes involving two males as they establish a nest site. Incredibly, such arrangements involving two males actually led to higher breeding success, due to the effectiveness of the males in defending the nest site from predators. Additionally, two male penguins made headlines after they paired up in a zoo, and were given an egg which they successfully raised. Prior to being given an egg of their own, the gay penguins attempted to steal eggs from straight penguin couples. Western Gulls Western gulls resemble the laysan albatross, but they're actually more closely related to puffins. Convergent evolution has given them a resemblance to the huge albatrosses, along with a similar mating system—again sometimes involving two females. The more expressive gull pairs may even engage in mounting behaviors. Scientific expeditions to California's Channel Islands revealed that no less than fourteen percent of gull pairs were partners in female-female couples. This diversity in the colonies was first noticed when some nests were found to contain surprisingly large numbers of eggs. Some of these eggs were even fertilized, due to "on the side" encounters with male gulls. Giraffes Young male giraffes, prior to mating with a female, sometimes engage in same-sex encounters and short term alliances. Activities may include tongue kissing, neck massaging and "hugs," as well as full-body contact and nuzzling. Scientists theorize that the purpose of the same-gender interactions is to develop a familiarity with the mating techniques before using them to court the appropriate female giraffe. In the small-town community which is the giraffe herd, it seems that the idea is to get it right with the girls from the word go—by checking out some of the guys, first.
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ELEPHANT MATING WITH FEMALE - Elephant Mate/ Breading Video
 
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African elephants show sexual dimorphism in weight and shoulder height by age 20, due to the rapid early growth of males; by age 25, males are double the weight of females. However, both sexes continue to grow throughout their lives. Female African elephants are able to start reproducing at around 10 to 12 years of age, and are in estrus for about 2 to 7 days. They do not mate at a specific time; however, they are less likely to reproduce in times of drought than when water is plentiful. The gestation period of an elephant is 22 months and fertile females usually give birth every 3 – 6 years, so if they live to around 50 years of age, they may produce 7 offspring. Females are a scarce and mobile resource for the males so there is intense competition to gain access to estrous females. Post sexual maturity, males begin to experience musth, a physical and behavioral condition that is characterized by elevated testosterone, aggression and more sexual activity. Musth also serves a purpose of calling attention to the females that they are of good quality, and it cannot be mimicked as certain calls or noises may be. Males sire few offspring in periods when they are not in musth. During the middle of estrus, female elephants look for males in musth to guard them. The females will yell, in a loud, low way to attract males from far away. Male elephants can also smell the hormones of a female ready for breeding. This leads males to compete with each other to mate, which results in the females mating with older, healthier males.[38] Females choose to a point who they mate with, since they are the ones who try to get males to compete to guard them. However, females are not guarded in the early and late stages of estrus, which may permit mating by younger males not in musth. Males over the age of 25 compete strongly for females in estrous, and are more successful the larger and more aggressive they are.[39] Bigger males tend to sire bigger offspring. Wild males begin breeding in their thirties when they are at a size and weight that is competitive with other adult males. Male reproductive success is maximal in mid-adulthood and then begins to decline. However, this can depend on the ranking of the male within their group, as higher-ranking males maintain a higher rate of reproduction. Most observed matings are by males in musth over 35 years of age. Twenty-two long observations showed that age and musth are extremely important factors; "… older males had markedly elevated paternity success compared with younger males, suggesting the possibility of sexual selection for longevity in this species." (Hollister-Smith, et al. 287). Males usually stay with a female and her herd for only a few weeks before moving on in search for another mate. Less than a third of the population of female elephants will be in estrus at any given time and gestation period of an elephant is long, so it makes more evolutionary sense for a male to search for as many females as possible rather than stay with one group.
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Oh Deer: Male Monkey Tries Mating With Doe
 
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A recently published study in "Primates" discusses a situation seen on Yakushima island in 2015, during which a male macaque unsuccessfully tried mate with a deer
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Huge male cat tries to rape innocent kitten ( Pedophilia cat )
 
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10 Craziest  Animals Created By Man
 
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For copyright matters please contact us at: [email protected] Subscribe Here: http://bit.ly/FactsVerse Twitter: https://twitter.com/FactsVerse Narrated by: Darren Marlar www.MarlarHouse.com Music: Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
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PartCats Mating Hard And Fast Up Close   Funny Animals Mating Compilation   Funny Cats Mating
 
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Top 10 most bizarre and weird ways that creatures have sex in the animal kingdom.In the human world, finding an appropriate mate can often take some time. While it can sometimes take just a few hours, the human mating ritual can often take weeks or months as couples go on numerous dates and get comfortable with each other. In the animal kingdom, most creatures don’t have that kind of time to spend wining and dining because most animals don’t live that long. Instead, the whole process of mating is often much more straightforward with males somehow attracting the attention of a female long enough to perform their task before moving on. Experts have spent years studying the various mating practices of the many species. In part this has been used to expand our general understanding of the animal world. Understanding mating rituals can also help experts repopulate depleted stocks of endangered species or figure out how to slow down out-of-control populations. Mating rituals are also important for us to understand how animals evolve and why some seem to be more successful at reproducing than others. In a way, many mating rituals are similar to the ones we, as humans, use in our life. Using bright colors, fancy dance moves and fighting off the competition – these are examples of mating-related acts that are found just as much in human society as in the animal world. Sure, you won’t find a bird trying to impress the ladies with his sports car and money, but there are birds that try to win over their females with gifts and extravagant structures. On the surface, it appears there isn’t a huge difference between the way we go about mating and many methods used by other animals. It isn’t all so straightforward all the time in the animal kingdom, however. We as humans are likely thankful our mating habits are fairly benign. Just be thankful we don’t follow the rituals of some spiders who eat their mate after performing the deed. Perhaps even worse, we don’t take after the praying mantis which occasionally sees the female eat the head off the male while in the act. No, we are lucky our methods evolved the way they did. That said, each of us can likely think of some rather bizarre mating rituals people have been known to undertake. In this way, again, we show we aren’t that different from some animal species who have their own weird mating rituals. The following video looks at some of the weirdest mating rituals ever observed in the animal world. Ahead you’ll find creatures of all shapes and sizes with a range of mating rituals that will make you chuckle, cringe or even look away. The diversity of these weird mating rituals really shows how various species have evolved over time – although judging by some of the rituals ahead you’ll think some animals have evolved a bit more than others. From building intricate structures, to using their best dance moves to putting on a display that defies reason, each of the following creatures definitely stands out when it comes time to find a mate. https://plus.google.com/u/0/116625545154795125659 https://www.facebook.com/sarah.david.5011516 https://twitter.com/DavidSd3176298
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Relationship & Animal Mating | Aggressive Male - Documentary
 
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The relationship & animal mating between living beings have been the key to forming links between individuals in nature. PART 1: Relationship & Animal Mating. Aggressive Male PART 2: Relationship & Animal Mating. Sexual Conflict PART 3: Relationship & Animal Mating. Nomadic Tribe PART 4: Relationship & Animal Mating. Supernatural Beings ▶ SUBSCRIBE! http://bit.ly/PlanetDoc Full Documentaries every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday! ▶ Full Documentary "Survivors of Planet Earth" http://pdoc.es/SurvivorsPE Since the beginning of life in the sea, adaptation has taught animals to establish relationships with other beings. No one on the planet wants to be forever alone, and all animals surround themselves with more or less complex social structures, to increase the chances of survival. In addition, these relationships are further complicated by sexual reproduction, which implies the need to form couples and take care of the offspring, and this makes it both more possible and more necessary to develop social intelligence. The human mind has created relationships even beyond the real world, seeking to communicate with superior beings who can help us explain the thousands of questions posed by our enormous brains. It is these relationships that have enabled mankind to colonise the entire earth. Some animals have developed mating strategies in which stable relationships play no part. Here in Patagonia, Argentina, sex is a rather more violent affair. In the majority of cases, life is more risky for the males, because they either succeed or fail, whereas almost all the females mate. That is why evolution has made the males bigger and more aggressive. This male elephant seal weighs 2,500 kilos. He is capable of copulating with one hundred females in a single season, whether they want to or not. He will not be able to eat, and barely sleep, because other males will constantly try to rape one of his females. And that means he will have to fight. If the warning doesn’t work and the invader persists, he will have to show him precisely why he is the king of the beach. For the females, a short rest before continuing. This is called “polygyny” and for the females the evident sexual conflict is a guarantee of both the quantity and quality of descendents. A biological pact which benefits both sides. It is the female who must choose the best genes, because her eggs are few, limited and valuable, and what’s more it is they who will have to look after the young. For a male, the cost of an error is insignificant, his sperm can easily be replaced. Almost all animals have one mating season a year, but there are two species for which this is not true: rats and humans. Human females are always sexually active, and childhood is long, so the couple needs to be a stable unit. And that is of enormous biological importance because it is vital for the survival of the young. For the majority of mammals, the adaptive success of the males is based on mating with many females, then giving little or no help in raising the young. So, the females are often left to look after the children alone. In humans, generations live in close contact for many years, and the brain development of the child is based on psychological, social and emotional stimuli from his or her peers. The Himbas are a matriarchal culture in Namibia. Though they are nomads, their strong culture goes with them wherever they go. Often, the man and wife must invest considerable efforts in obtaining the elements necessary for daily survival, such as this cradle of birch, which the father is making for the new member of the clan. For this reason, it is important they all remain together as long as possible. That is the key to human progress - the family. Cultural defence of the family may also have developed as a way of safeguarding its important biological function, to successfully raise a new generation. This is the Ivory Coast, along the Atlantic coast of Africa. Here, the culture of the Dan will illustrate what man’s next step was in his search for sacred relationships with supernatural beings. Above the couple, the family, the clan and the tribe, the protective spirits, whose origins lie in dreams and nature herself, provide spiritual peace and strength to accept certain sacrifices of life which without them would be inexplicable. In the end, human beings seek self-awareness by building bridges with those who went before. SUBSCRIBE | http://bit.ly/PlanetDoc FULL DOCUMENTARIES | http://bit.ly/Full-Docs SURVIVORS OF PLANET EARTH | http://pdoc.es/SurvivorsPE FACEBOOK | http://bit.ly/FBPDoc TWITTER | http://bit.ly/TwPDoc TUMBLR | http://bit.ly/TbPlDoc
Wow!Amazing Man Breed Horse How to breds horse in my Country
 
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Wow!Amazing Man Breed Horse How to breds horse in my Country 2017
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Monster Male Horse Mating
 
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Gay Monkey Mating | Dog Stucks Together | Sexual Male Monkeys(new)
 
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Female Bear Shows Young Male How Mating Season is Done in the Rockies
 
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A female with two young cubs gently nudges an inexperienced — and slightly reluctant — male into action. When Wild Canadian Year director Jeff Turner and a pilot from Hinton, Alberta set out to look for grizzly bears in the Rocky Mountain wilderness, they knew that the odds were not in their favour. "The landscape we were flying over was incredibly vast," says Turner, "the bears are just emerging from the den and are very spaced out." They traveled to a very remote valley, far from any roads or human habitation with a Cineflex camera bolted to the helipcopter's frame and controlled from inside. Adult grizzly bears are usually solitary creatures, so Turner was amazed to capture four of them together. "It was like winning the lottery!" From a vantage point in the sky, the crew was able to capture a rare springtime mating ritual. "This family drama was unfolding before our eyes," recalled Turner, "the male bear couldn't believe his luck at finding this female who was interested in him, but seemed kind of shy and confused. He doesn't seem to know what to do." Visit The Wild Canadian Year for more stories: http://www.cbc.ca/wildcanadianyear/ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/CBCSubscribe From the creators of the acclaimed series WILD CANADA, comes a year full of stories which will view Canada’s extraordinary wildlife through the lens of its four distinct seasons. Series coming to CBC-TV in September 2017. About CBC: Welcome to the official YouTube channel for CBC, Canada’s public broadcaster. CBC is dedicated to creating content with original voices that inspire and entertain. Watch sneak peeks and trailers, behind the scenes footage, original web series, digital-exclusives and more. Connect with CBC Online: Twitter: http://bit.ly/CBCTwitter Facebook: http://bit.ly/CBCFacebook Instagram: http://bit.ly/CBCInstagram Female Bear Shows Young Male How Mating Season is Done in the Rockies http://youtube.com/user/cbctv
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Female praying mantis eats male after mating
 
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after (and while) they mate, the female praying mantis devours the male.
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Male Lion Caught Cheating
 
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"When a man is crazy about a woman only she can cure him."
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can you see  amazing Bafullo mating Great fun tray young men
 
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Bafullo mating | Great fun|2018 || يمكنك رؤية مذهلة الأز الطنين متعة كبيرة الشباب صينية can you see like subcribe and share
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Zebra Mated with Donkey.
 
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Very rare Zebra / Donkey Hybrid. Then and now. (1999 - 2014) Hennops Offroad Trail. A cross between a zebra and a donkey is known by many terms including: zonkey, zebonkey, zebronkey, zebrinny, zebrula, zebrass, zedonk, and zebadonk. Filmed at Hennops Offroad Trail just outside of Pretoria in South Africa in 1999 and then again in 2014. Music composed and recorded by Africa Adventures (Adventure Films) owner of this channel.
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