So you think you’ve had some strange dates? This Valentine’s Day, The Nature Conservancy compiled the top 10 most bizarre examples of love in the wild.
1) Deep sea angler fish: “Losing yourself in love”
2) Prairie Chickens: “Strut Your Stuff”
3) Burying Beetle: “Family Oriented”
4) Freshwater mussels: “The bait and switch”
5) Prairie Vole: “Born to be Faithful”
6) Bower birds: “Bachelor Pads”
7) Lions: “One Track Mind”
Tree crickets: “Smooth talker”
9) Day Octopus: “Keep Your Distance”
10) Little Brown Bats: “Waiting for the Right Time”
Read the full article and learn more about each animal's "bizarre" courting and mating behaviors at The Nature Conservancy News Room.
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