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The problem is that it's not as simple to find out if a snake is male or female as it is in many other animals. On the outside, male and female snakes look similar. However, with a bit of experience, there are ways to differentiate between the two.
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Unfortunately, sexing a snake is not straightforward. Usually, the only noticeable differences between male and female snakes are on the inside. There are ways to identify male and female snakes visually, but they vary between species and are not always accurate.
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Red-sided garter snakes take on an orgy-like atmosphere when they mate. After hibernating for eight months, females release pheromones that results in them being ravaged by throngs of eager males in a cave or den. Multiple males wrap themselves around the females, twisting themselves into balls and roll around furiously until one of the lucky boys is able to land his prize.
Male red-sided garter snakes die younger and have smaller bodies than their female counterparts. Sex, of course. The life of a male red-sided garter snake is odd.
Why do women live longer than men? Scientists and Buzzfeed listicles have given the question plenty of scrutiny over the years, but when it comes to garter snakes in Canada, the answer really is a classic: sex. Compared with females, males reach maturity earlier, but tend to stay smaller — and they die earlier, too. Based on a new study of the snakes' DNA, it looks like the sex-obsessed males simply aren't taking great care of themselves.
In the red-sided garter snake world, the males work much harder and longer than the females do to mate, and it takes more out of them. Sound familiar? A team of researchers led by the University of Sydney in Australia studied the telomeres, a biomarker at each end of the chromosomes of the snakes that measure aging, and found the female to be in better shape than the male.
The vomeronasal organ VNO is important for activating accessory olfactory pathways that are involved in sexually dimorphic mating behavior. The VNO of male garter snakes is critically important for detection of, and response to, female sex pheromones. In the present study, under voltage-clamp conditions, male snake VNO neurons were stimulated with female sexual attractiveness pheromone.