Stressed out, ladies? It may be your ugly partner ..birds that is...
By Jennifer Viegas
updated 2 hours 41 minutes ago 2011-02-02T19:10:50
In socially monogamous species, from birds to humans, most individuals find partners.
A large proportion of females, however, wind up with unattractive males of below-average quality, according to a new study that also found such less-than-ideal relationships raise female stress levels.
The findings negate prior theories that, in monogamous species throughout the animal kingdom, each female has a good chance of pairing with a male that matches her ideal choice of partner.
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/41391019/ns … ?gt1=43001
isn't this true for human females as well?
the more attractive the male bird was to the female,then the more babies she had..
Love your hub title! I had to click the link to see what this was - purely because of the funny title!
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