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.
Monogamy is what having only one mate for life is called.
No, they mate annually
no...they practice polygamy.
Yes, and many choose one mate for life.
all except for humans
No they do not.
Red lobsters are one of them, the other being the green lobsters
Recent research shows that they DO NOT mate for life. Previously it was believed that they do mate for life, but if one was killed, the other would seek another mate. For more information, visit the Related Link.
lobsters have babies almost exactly like humans. after the birth the 1000-90,000 babies attatch to the mothers underside and stay there for 9-13 months. Lobsters mate after molting when their shells are soft.
they can but sometimes a male can have more than one mate.
Great Blue herons can mate for life but it is not common. They usually stay with the same mate for one season and then move on to another the next.