You know how some animals mate for life? What do they base their at

You know how some animals mate for life? What do they base their attraction on? Are they like us and take into account looks, personality and all those other things? Or do they just find someone as soon as they’re old enough, procreate, and just live together?

Answer #1

Canadian Geese also have only one mate for life…

Answer #2

rrr

Answer #3

yep, quite a few animals do it Gibbon apes, wolves, termites, coyotes, barn owls, beavers, bald eagles, golden eagles, condors, swans, brolga cranes, french angel fish, sandhill cranes, pigeons, prions (a seabird), red-tailed hawks, anglerfish, ospreys, prairie voles (a rodent), black vultures, and some penguins are just a few what they base it all on varies it could be the one with the strongest/loudest voice, biggest mane (like for lions) colours of skin and feathers ect also play a part, size of certain parts of them, …usually its not physical attraction but things like those…things that identify them as strong or leaders, ect so the female will feel safe and ensure that her babies will survive

Answer #4

And the prize for the perfect answer goes to…jazlovestoskate! Thanks.

Answer #5

Hmm.. its possible. :D I mean .. we are animals and we do mate for life.. er we’re supposed to.. o-o

Answer #6

What’s that supposed to mean?

Answer #7

your welcome! :]

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