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Do alpha wolves mate with other males to proclaim dominance?

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Submitted : 2018-06-14 06:24:19    Popularity:     

Tags: mate  wolves  alpha  dominance  proclaim  

I have a homosexual friend and he tells me that alpha wolves wkll often mate with other males as a dominance thing? Is this true or did he make it up?

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No, they just "wrestle" to establish/maintain dominance

Heterosexuals don't mate with their own sexe.

btw there are no different species of wolves. They can all make fertile offspring with eachother or even with dogs

No.

Yes this is a dominance thing. But usually they would mate with all females to prove their dominance.

No, leave it to some homo to suggest such fool notion.

There is documented homosexual behaviour in many non-human animal species. It is not usually a means of establishing dominance. As far as I am aware it has not been reported in wolves. As there is more than one species* of wolves it would be useful to have known if you referred to a particular species or wolves in general.

*(1.) Canis lupus (Grey Wolf), (2.) Canis rufus (Red Wolf) and (3.) Canis simensis (Ethiopian Wolf) – all three species are recognised by the (i) International Commission for Zoological Nomenclature and (ii) the International Union for the Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources.

No, they are NOT mating with males, no penetration is done.

What he's describing is 'humping' behavior where a canine (dog, coyote, wolf, fox, jackal, they all do it) will climb on top the other one to show he's above him in the pack structure. No penis is involved. Canines of BOTH genders do this, so you'll see it in females too. It's a standard dog thing that any owner is familiar with.

He made it up.

They may mount them but intercourse does not take place.

Nope. So-called homosexual behavior observed in nature is often grossly exaggerated and a long way from actual mating. It is often equivalent to a hug between 2 male human beings We would not label such human behavior as homosexual, but some scientists would if observe ritual mounting among male lions in nature for example.

Male wolves do not usually allow other males into their packs. The only other males present are usually juvenile sons of the alpha. As they reach sexual maturity they tend to wander away, looking for mates, which in most cases are the young daughters of alphas in other packs. In most cases the young males will not be allowed to join an existing pack, and may even be killed by the alphas of the other packs if they are not careful.

I really don't think there is homosexual behavior in the animal world. He is messing with you.



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