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Male Japanese macaques were first filmed earlier this year mounting female sika deer in Minoo, Japan. The Minoo macaques and deer are not the only animals known to look for sex outside their own species. Antarctic fur seals have been observed trying to mate with king penguins , while types of bird, cat and dolphin has also been known to carry out the behaviour. This grooming was specifically directed to body parts that are not easily accessed by the deer. You can find our Community Guidelines in full here. Want to discuss real-world problems, be involved in the most engaging discussions and hear from the journalists? Start your Independent Premium subscription today. Independent Premium Comments can be posted by members of our membership scheme, Independent Premium. It allows our most engaged readers to debate the big issues, share their own experiences, discuss real-world solutions, and more. Our journalists will try to respond by joining the threads when they can to create a true meeting of independent Premium.
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Sex between different species is uncommon - particularly among very distant relations. Such mating is mostly fruitless or yields sterile offspring. But exceptional cases are known to occur, chiefly in domesticated and captive animals, scientists reported in the journal Primates. In their study - only the second on the phenomenon - a Japanese macaque or "snow monkey" was filmed mounting at least two female Sika deer, much larger than itself. Without penetration, the young monkey makes sexual movements while riding on the does' backs on Japan's Yakushima Island. On some occasions its impertinence was tolerated, but at other times the deer bolted and ran. The monkey ejaculated on the backs of the does, which licked the seminal fluid, researchers said. Furthermore, the monkey appeared to "guard" the targets of its affection, chasing away other male macaques. The scientists speculated the behaviour may be driven by "mate deprivation" in a community where competition for females is stiff, boosted by a surge of hormones in the breeding season. It took advantage of the presence of the doe," Pele said.
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Camila Domonoske. An adolescent female Japanese macaque on the back of a male sika deer. Researchers have looked into some macaques' attraction to the deer. Adolescent female monkeys in Japan have repeatedly engaged in sexual behaviors with sika deer, for reasons that are not yet clear, according to researchers who study macaque behavior. The study, published in the peer-reviewed Archives of Sexual Behavior, follows up on a single report from earlier this year of a male macaque mounting a female sika deer on Yakushima Island. That report was intriguing, but a co-author of the new study told The Guardian it was essentially anecdotal. So she and her colleagues sought to nail down the nature of the mounting. Looking at a different set of relationships — adolescent female monkeys and deer, particularly male deer, in Minoo, Japan — the researchers found interactions that definitely seemed to be sexual in nature. The female monkeys were climbing onto the deer and grinding their genitals against the deer's backs. Yes, there's video.

Camila Domonoske. An adolescent female Japanese macaque on the back of a male sika deer. Researchers have looked into some macaques' attraction to the deer. Adolescent female monkeys in Japan have repeatedly engaged in sexual behaviors with sika deer, for reasons that are not yet clear, according to researchers who study macaque behavior.

The study, published in the peer-reviewed Archives of Sexual Behavior, follows up on a single report from earlier this year of a male macaque mounting a female sika deer on Yakushima Island.

That report was intriguing, but a co-author of the new study told The Guardian it was essentially anecdotal. So she and her colleagues sought to nail down the nature of the mounting. Looking at a different set of relationships — adolescent female monkeys and deer, particularly male deer, in Minoo, Japan — the researchers found interactions that definitely seemed to be sexual in nature.

The female monkeys were climbing onto the deer and grinding their genitals against the deer's backs. Yes, there's video. Japanese macaques are known to ride deer like humans ride horses, for fun or transportation — behavior the deer seem to tolerate in exchange for grooming and discarded food. But these monkeys were up to something different. The researchers compared the monkey-deer interactions, which happened during mating season, with homosexual monkey-monkey interactions, where female macaques mount each other.

They paid close attention to the "mounting postures" the monkeys assumed on the deer, and the vocalizations they made, to determine that the interactions were, in fact, sexual Some of the deer shook the monkeys off and fled the situation.

But adult male deer, in particular, were likely to just stand calmly as the female monkeys thrusted. In some cases, the male deer kept eating. Five of the female monkeys had "successful heterospecific consortships" with deer. That is, they had "a temporary, but exclusive, sexual association" with an individual from another species, with "three or more mounts within a minute period.

There were eight failed attempts as well. That was not a plot twist they had anticipated. And the interactions went beyond the mere moment of thrusting. The "monkey-to-deer solicitations Young female monkeys would identify a "particular target" and make calls that sound identical to the ones in monkey-on-monkey courtship.

If the deer avoided the interaction, "the female monkeys often displayed sexually motivated tantrums which consisted of crouching on the ground, body spasms and screaming, while gazing at the deer," the study found. Sexual interactions between animals of different species are not unheard of even when you take human behavior out of the equation. But most of them don't look like these monkey-deer consortships. Often the animals are of very similar, related species, and the mating might just be a case of mistaken identity.

Clearly, that's not the case here. Writing with significant understatement, the researchers note that "this interpretation is implausible in our case because the anatomical differences between Japanese macaques and sika deer are profound. Scientists have five theories about why the young monkeys might seek out sexual relationships with deer. Second, it might be a less dangerous way for a young female macaque — physically smaller than male macaques — to have a sexual interaction.

That's the "safe sex" hypothesis, as the scientists put it. It's similar to one explanation for why young female macaques have sex with each other. Third, they might be an option for young macaques with no available sexual partners of their own species. Apparently adolescent female macaques are not the "preferred" partner for male macaques and are "routinely rejected. Fourth, it might be the result of nonsexual interactions, with macaques riding deer either for fun or for transport and discovering it's a source of genital stimulation that they then seek out on purpose.

Finally, the researchers say, this might be a kind of cultural practice. Japanese macaques display different behaviors in different locations — some wash their food, or take hot-spring baths, or play with snowballs.

Adolescent females grinding on the backs of deer might similarly be a cultural phenomenon. But it has only been observed at Minoo within the past few years.

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