You're a sneaky one. Luring in lovers with good looks and great dancing skills, you require "slimy" tactics to seal the deal. Romanticism for you is serving up a love potion that puts 'em right to sleep.
You're a Salamander
Since a male salamander doesn't have penis, it must fertilize its mate's eggs indirectly. In certain cases, it accomplishes this feat by depositing a packet of sperm on the ground and convincing a female to squat on it. If the female doesn't cooperate, the male may resort to the use of drugs. Yes, the males of some species release special chemicals from glands beneath their chins that, when rubbed into the porous skin of their mates during courtship, make the females docile enough to allow the males to lead them into position to receive their sperm packets.
Read more about the Arboreal Salamander
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Want to learn more about moths that wear perfume, flies that steal other flies' dates, and salamanders that drug their mates? Click on the pictures below to discover animalsí surprising love lives.