Scientists research has shown that females of most living organisms do not like pushy and aggressive courtship. Data were installed in the experiment involving beetles species Gnatocerus cornutus. Professor Dave Hosken from the University of Exeter believes that this information can be applied to humans, writes The Times of India.
When monitoring the behavior of the females were able to establish that females were attracted to males who are ready to fight. Note, these males are usually the largest size gwala. As it turned out, physical strength is not always a guarantee of sexual selection, even in the evolution of animals.
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Why make such a surprising fact, scientists can't say. Strong males for animals - warranty viable offspring. Perhaps over the years in the process of evolution occurs subtle changes that while scientists cannot understand.