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New study finds that male lizards use different tactics to win the ladies

New collaborative research conducted by Macquarie University and the Australian National University on a common Australian lizard, the Eastern Water Skink, has revealed that sexual selection, the process whereby certain individuals gain a reproductive advantage, likely promotes the evolution of ‘floater’ and ‘territorial’ behavioural reproductive tactics in males. Leer más.

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