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They definitely do NOT. Lobsters do have a very tender mating ritual, in which the female is very vulnerable after shedding her exoskeleton, but after the deed is done she leaves and they never see each other again, and in fact, the male (usually being the alpha and dominant male in the area) will go on to mate with almost every other female in the area.
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Answer It mainly depends on the penguin species, some penguins like Yellow-Eyeds do but Emperors don't.
In general, no, but sometimes the father will help take care of the kittens, and sometimes a male and female cat who are very good friends or love each other will only mate wi…th each other.
A human being also known as a homo sapient, sapient. Ans 2. Certainly not; humans decide how many mates to take in a lifetime. There are many animals that take only one ma…te for life, by instinct; unchangeable. Just one example is a queen bee.
Before the female lobster starts molting, she goes near a male's den and releases her scent in a stream of urine. When he emerges from his den, the two spar briefly, then …the female places her claws on his head to let him know she is ready to molt and mate.
A lot of birds mate for life, like barn owls, geese, bald eagles, golden eagles, condors, swans, brolga cranes, sandhill cranes, pigeons, prions (a seabird), red-tailed ha…wks, ospreys, and black vultures. Other animals include gibbon apes, wolves, termites, coyotes, beavers, French angelfish, anglerfish, and prairie voles (a rodent).and girl birds
No they have several mates.
no...they practice polygamy.
Monogamy, i believe.
winter and these are not actually lobster,they are 3-7 inch crawfish or crayfish depending on where you're live.
Yes I think so!
No they do not.
it's possible it usually depends on how long they've been with the owner/person
Monogamy is what having only one mate for life is called.