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Play has been reported in reptiles, fish, and even spiders, where sexually immature animals use it to practice copulation.
This posture, to which they are easily accustomed, becomes natural to them, since they assume it at the time of their copulation.
BUFFON'S NATURAL HISTORY. VOLUME VIII (OF 10)GEORGES LOUIS LECLERC DE BUFFON
It has been asserted, that another kind of mule is produced from the copulation of the bull with the mare.
BUFFON'S NATURAL HISTORY. VOLUME IX (OF 10)GEORGES LOUIS LECLERC DE BUFFON
The architecture of their bodies would make face to face copulation very difficult.
Il y aurait peut-tre une certain correlation entre la copulation complte et profonde et le dveloppement crbral.
And as the glans of man are the seat of the greatest pleasure in copulation, so is this in the woman.
There are two of these vesiculae, each like a bunch of grapes, which emit the seed into the urethra in the act of copulation.
Upon which the third thing followeth of course, viz., the emission of seed into the womb in the act of copulation.
Rest is good for her, but she must abstain from copulation, though she may sleep as long as she pleases.
On July 4, 1955, a pair was found in copulation beneath a pine log at 2700 meters on Cerro Barolosa.

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