What is the most sexually active animal
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- What makes an animal sexually active?
- ･ 1. Instinct ･ 2. Sexual maturity ･ 3. Oportunity
- Which animal is the least sexually active?
- That depends on how you’re defining sexually active. Many aquatic creatures don’t actually have intercourse at all, they just release eggs and sperm into the water and hope for the best. They never have sex as we know it. There are animals …
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