- Jun 30, 2015
Does the best looking male lion, elephant, gorilla, horse, gazelle get his pick of the best looking female?
Harakiri said:why would it be any different fucciboi
Source?Maximus said:Yes, they put a fake lion with an unnaturally large and dark mane next to two real, alpha lions with alpha natural manes and the female lions straight up ignored the other two and just went for the fake lion. Even though it looked fucking fake as fuck and it didn't even move.
That study rather confirms masculinity/low inhibition/high T theory, not looks theory. Aggressive alpha lions get more pussy than pretty looking lions with cute eyes.Maximus said:Not the one I was talking about but this is all I could find.Yul Brynner said:Source?
[font=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]Our longterm records show that males with shorter manes had often been recently injured or sick, suggesting that mane length indicates current fighting ability. Males with darker manes had higher testosterone levels, were more likely to recover from injury, spent more time resident with prides, and had higher offspring survival. Thus, mane color appears to convey information about male aggressiveness and potential reproductive success.[/font]
[font=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif][size=small][font=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]The results were startlingly clear: male lions approached shorter and lighter manes, apparently finding them less intimidating. In contrast, females were indifferent to mane length, but they found darker manes much more attractive than blonds.[/font][/font][/size]
Even in animal kingdom females gravitate towards dark hair.[font=Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif][size=small][font=Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif]In contrast, females were indifferent to mane length, but they found darker manes much more attractive than blonds.[/font][/font][/size]
this is exactly what autism looks likeJBoi said:Male lions comes into the scene by killing their competition and then fucking all the high E lionesses. Pretty sure horizontal power and horizontal mane presence plays a major role in this process.
+1 Never seen a lion with a recessed jawVictory said:Do animals even have facial differences? I don't remember ever seeing an animal with an asymmetric face or something like that. Just differences in size I thought.