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Evolution: How Victorian sexism influenced Darwin's theories—new research


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Sex is an expensive business, biologically speaking. Finding a suitable mate takes time and energy. Offspring are also a huge investment of resources. But sex does offer a rewarding possibility: children who are fitter than their parents thanks to new and "better" combinations of genes. Darwin realized that many animal species therefore carefully select their mates.

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