Category Archives: Mate Selection

Good Science News This Week

The NewScientist channel on YouTube publishes a weekly roundup, which I’ve mentioned here before. This week’s roundup is a good one, including mate selection fashions in lark buntings, swarm robot technology (scary) and what looks like a very time-consuming method for studying wasp colony politics in their selection of a new nesting site. Go have a look.

The Lyre Bird – King of Mate Attraction?

This is just amazing. Thanks to Dan for the link.

Mate Attraction: Bird of Paradise

It almost doesn’t look real, but this we chappy comes direct from Attenborough – so it must be true!

BBC’s Planet Earth is awesome. I wish my telly was bigger than 14″

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