There are some questions in our life that we are very eager to answer. This is one of those questions that we want to answer today. “how do snakes make love” ??
Let’s see how they make love??? ….
Male Snakes used to play rat cat games to find their female. When a female snake prepares for love making with a male snake, it emits a characteristic odor from the skin glands on her back.
The male snake who is ready to make love can catch the smell of the female snake and pursue that smell until it finds the female snake. Usually teasing starts when the male snake locks the eyes with the female snake.
He will court the female by bouncing his chin on the back of her head and crawling over her. Nice na….. Making love begins when the male wraps its tail to meet in the cloaca, which is the exit point for waste and reproductive fluid. If a large group of female snakes are fighting for a female, they will not fight with each other or mark the area instead they will all try to crawl and hit around the female at the same time.
The first snake successfully wraps its tail around the female and meets the point of making love. Male snakes have a pair of making love organs called hemipenis and they expand and release sperm into the female snake. The two reproductive organs of the male snake each act like testes. The reason for male snakes having two reproductive organs is linked to the fact that female snakes can store up to five years of sperm.
A female snake has two pockets, which are specialized for delayed or immediate reproduction. A female can make love with multiple males, she can choose which sperm she wants to fertilize, and children can be brought up from all different fathers. Snake love can last all day, but usually takes an hour.