We’ve discussed how environmental cues can be just as important as direct sexual signals. What happens when the environment is altered in such a way
Tag: wild sex
Although rare, there are three identified (so far) amphibian species where females can engage in either egg-laying (oviparity) or give birth to live young (viviparity).
The tree frog Dendropsophus ebraccatus utilizes a strange form of parental plasticity that is almost unique in the animal kingdom. These parents can deposit their
It is becoming increasingly obvious that animals rely on aspects of “personality” when it comes to mate choice. A discerning female may not always be
Male orangutans can be extremely coercive and violent towards sexually receptive females. It makes a lot of sense for a female to do her homework