To learn about animal mating, visit scientific and educational websites such as Nature.com and Discovery.com. Both websites contain reading materials that provide more information about various animals and their mating behaviors.
On Nature.com, readers can learn about mating systems in animals, female mate choices and the social behavior in animals that stimulate mating. To find reading materials about animal mating on Nature.com, go to the bottom of the homepage, click on the Nature Education link, and then click on Library at the top menu of the new page. Type "animal mating" into the search box located at the top right corner of the page. The search results contain resources such as articles, videos and images about animal mating. Browse the provided results to find the required information.
On Discovery.com, click on the magnifying lens icon at the top right corner of the website, and then type "animal mating" into the search box. To find more information about animal mating on Discovery.com, click the Load More button.
The mating systems in animals consists of different categories such as polyandry, harems, polygyny, promiscuity and cooperative polyandry. Each category has its own unique characteristics that make it suitable for a particular species of animal.