- Bluntnose minnows probably release chemicals called pheromones when they are alarmed.
- The cloacal and genial glands were chosen because they release pheromones used in mate attraction or courtship.
- Pigs and many other animals rely on pheromones secreted in their saliva to woo their mates.
- Once an enterprising hornet scouts out a bee colony, it marks the nest with a type of bodily chemical substance called a pheromone.
- In most species, the pheromones act as attractants and sexual stimulants.