The same can be said for some of the marine life we see here while diving on Koh Tao. For example, it’s just becoming triggerfish mating season here and we now see them digging pits to lay their eggs in.
Other fish are becoming amorous as well nowadays. And in some crazy ways:
Anenomefish are initially all males when they are young. The largest of them becomes the dominant female and mates with the males. Should something happen to her, the dominant male will switch genders and become the dominant female!
Nudibranch get frisky as well. However, they move so slowly that sometimes finding a partner can be a challenge. Fortunately for them, they are all hermaphrodites, so everybody has both male and female genitalia. So, should any two happen to meet, it’s time to get it on.
Even the coral get into the action. They can’t move of course, so instead of finding a partner, they time their spawning with the cycle of the moon, so that everybody ejects their sperm and eggs into the water at the same time. Ah, romance.
As for the mating behaviors of the humans on the island, I have no comment. I’ll leave you to discover that on your own.