After hearing the sound of mating, the male seals will flock and hope to participate. On the way, they will crush the seal pups. If you think that this tragedy is rare, then you are very wrong. In some seal habitats, as many as two-thirds of the seal pups leave the world in such a way. This is why seal pups grow very fast, and the faster they develop, the more they can avoid the fate of being crushed in time.
Of course, it is not just the cubs that are at risk, but also female seals. During the mating process, the male southern leopard often crushes the female skull with the crotch. When the male monk seal reaches its climax, the female often pays the price for their excitement. In fact, in order to prevent some seal populations from becoming extinct due to violent mating behavior, one of the easiest ways is to use drugs that inhibit sexual desire.