PhysOrg Posted March 15, 2016 Share Posted March 15, 2016 Papa might not have been a rolling stone, according to a new study that examined the mating dynamics of transient wildlife that have dispersed from other areas. The researchers found if males traveling from long distances are less attractive to females, connectivity can be greatly impacted. They link these results to existing evidence showing that males from far-off areas have less offspring. Read the full article on PhysOrg Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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