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Re: I call that pelvic dragging...


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Posted by ShortyBop on April 17, 2003 at 13:53:15:

In Reply to: I call that pelvic dragging... posted by johne on April 17, 2003 at 10:08:08:

:It is seen in mature males...kind of part of their courtship rituals. Have you seen him bob his head very rapidly...almost like vibrating it too? Sounds like simple mating behaviours to me. The pelvic dragging is often done in figure eight type patterns.

:John Eddington

Hi John- Pelvic dragging...ok great name, yes he did do the figure eight thing but I have yet to see him bob his head up and down. I had a feeling he was starting the mating behaviour but I wasn't sure. Thanks for the insight. I'll keep you posted. More replies are welcomed. :)



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