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Female-Chorus

Females responding to the sound, smell or physical presence of a musth male by emitting Female-Chorus rumbles and associated postures which include: stepping forward and rumbling, Head-Raising, Ear-Lifting, Ear-Spreading and Rapid-Ear-Flapping. The trunk is extended down and may be swung slightly as the head is raised. Temporin streams down the side of the face. The female(s) typically urinates for the musth male to test and may Rump-Present to him. (110)