copulate


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Both male and female arousal relies on blood flow to the genitals, so reaching the necessary state for human bodies to successfully copulate could be difficult.
We did not observe any other male golden-cheeked warblers attempting to follow or copulate with this female while she was constructing the nest or laying eggs.
These males, as those of Trypoxylon (Trypoxylon) asuncicola Strand, 1910, apparently, do not act as guards, as is the case of Trypoxylon (Trypargilum) (Coville, 1981), being present in nest cavities solely to copulate with the resident females.
In this species, both males and females were reported as polygamous and as being able to copulate multiple times in 24 hours intervals (Dustan 1964).
And she (patni) bethought herself: 'How does he copulate with me after have come from each other?
Moreover, mature females appear to copulate multiple times during a given reproductive season.
The corporation ditched the freak parade in 2009 following a TV report that exposed the nasty things breeders do to produce the perfect pooch, like making them copulate with their sisters.
If a male shares meat with a female he will double the amount of times he can copulate with her.
This doesn't stop these visitors--the swallow, the sedge warbler, the nightingale and others--playing an enormous role in our mythologies, so it's surprising that in-depth studies of their actual habits didn't start to appear until the mid-20th century, with Gilbert White's excited discovery that 'swifts tread, or copulate, on the wing' going unremarked upon for the best part of 180 years.
I say animals because animals copulate in public - do these people have such little respect for others/the culture and worse off themselves that they have to display their drunken cavorts in front of the world?
For example, the male-female body length difference that results in a 95% probability that the pair will copulate successfully is -2.
In response, at its annual camp about 200 miles from Moscow, the Russian youth movement Nashi ("Ours"), in addition to banning alcohol and promoting physical fitness, held mass weddings and led the newly betrothed to a special "Love Oasis" where they were expected to copulate, and thus procreate, for the motherland.