Pairs of mating olive ridley sea turtles have begun emerging on seawaters off Gahirmatha marine sanctuary coast in Odisha, marking the commencement of breeding and nesting season of these endangered aquatic animals.
Cats rely less on smell to hunt than dogs but they have genes related to an alternate form of smell that helps them find mates, an analysis of the cat genome reveals.
Modern humans and Neanderthals first interbred approximately 50,000 to 60,000 years ago, according to scientists who sequenced the genome of a man's thigh bone found in Siberia.
A new research has revealed that women don't always prefer men with masculine faces when choosing a mate, refuting the theory of infectious disease rates driving such choices.
In a rare experiment, four cubs were born after the successful mating of a Royal Bengal Tiger with a white tigress at Kamla Nehru Zoo here.
Know how male goats send the love-making signal to females? It goes in the form of a most powerful, sexually-stimulating odour.
Know how male deer decide whether to fight with rival deer or leave them exhausted and rush after that call for mating? Scientists know now.
A Michigan State University researcher has for the first time demonstrated that birds do indeed communicate via scents, and that odour reliably predicts their reproductive success.
While cliched pic-up lines may serve some humans well in wooing their partners, animals prefer more imaginative ways to captivate and attract potential suitors.
A female`s mating decisions are largely based on traits that reflect fitness or those that help males perform well under the local ecological conditions, a new study has found.
To avoid mating with the wrong moth species, the pheromone blends are specific for each moth species.
Singles are more likely to admit they are overweight on their online dating profiles than to say they are politically liberal or conservative.
A study says that male mating behaviour might well drive the species to extinction.
A preening oil which flamingos use to waterproof their feathers also brightens them up, says a new study.
In a study on bonobos, researchers have found that the presence of mothers enhances the mating success of their sons.
Winning mates in early human history was dependent on sheer physical prowess, not attractiveness.
Promise of sex makes men open their wallets like nothing else, American researchers have claimed.
Day in Pics: 29th November
Showbiz World - November 29, 2014