Mating season

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The mating season is a period of time within the year in which certain animal species mate, ie perform the act of mating . The mating seasons are linked to the sexual cycle of the female animals and occur either once a year (monoestically) or several times (polyoestrally). In the vertebrates that have a sense of smell, the release play of fragrances in the initiation of sexual receptivity a role.

For various animal groups, special names have been established for the mating seasons. How to speak at

The behavior of bull elephants , called musth , is often seen as rut, but is probably not behavior , but rather pubescent behavior.