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Males are usually more attractive in each species. is it true?

  1. Kevin Peter profile image72
    Kevin Peterposted 4 years ago

    Males are usually more attractive in each species. is it true?

    But in the case of human beings women are usually considered to be more attractive. Why?

  2. Amber Vyn profile image59
    Amber Vynposted 4 years ago

    The males of other species find their females very attractive. However, I guess what you are referring to are the 'show off' aspects of the males of other species (bright colors, big feathers, etc.). That makes the males of the species more beautiful to humans, but the males of those species are showing their stuff in order to attract a female.

  3. lupine profile image72
    lupineposted 4 years ago

    Yes, in some animal species, the male is more attractive. This for the purpose of attracting the females for mating. In the animal species, the male is by nature, already attracted to the female. For example, the male Mallard duck is colorful, green head/neck, a little purple/blue on the side, and a little white. The female is mostly brown/grayish tones, but still a little purple/blue/white on the side. Same with the male peacock, it has the beautiful, colorful tail we have all seen, whereas the female does not. In humans, the woman is considered more attractive...that's why men tend to "look" at them. I think in this case, the woman attracts the men and she chooses the one that appeals to her.

    1. Kevin Peter profile image72
      Kevin Peterposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      Good answers.

    2. lupine profile image72
      lupineposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      Thanks Kevin Peter, good question too!

 
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