Higher animals, reptiles, and mammals mate because they have two genders. Fish, however, almost always fertilize their eggs after they have been laid.
Mating is an adaptation for the perpetuation of species.
Sexual division increases the genetic variations. Plants also have sexual reproduction, but do not technically "mate".
Some animals reproduce asexually so they can produce offspring without mating. Animals such as the hydra can reproduce asexually by budding, producing a clone of itself.
No, not all animals need to mate to have offspring.
Yes, all animals mate.
all animals except invertebrates
Pretty much all animals can mate with different breeds.
All creatures need to mate. :Most animals need to mate unlike snail and sponge which don't
yes all animals do.
yes all animals mate some can multiple times
yes. they do, all animals have to to survive
Animals mate to survive not for pleasure
During there mating season.
all animals mate in the day...so im going with they mate in the day time.