Despite its name, the fiddler crab drums to seduce females

Supreme fitness is a trait males of many species might like to show off when searching for a mate. Peacocks display their tails, the more elaborate of which require more energy to grow and carry around. Human men might strip off and strut down the beach. The fiddler crab, new research shows, attracts females by waving a brightly colored claw and then drumming it on the ground, a behavior that also seems to indicate the size of its home. .. Continue Reading Despite its name, the fiddler crab drums to seduce females Category: Biology Tags: Crabs Anglia Ruskin University Animals Evolution Related Articles: Researcher uses Cyber Rodents to study evolution Our c-section success might be giving us big heads Giant ferocious dinosaurs may have cooed, not roared How Twitter led the way to finding the Milky Way's giant

Despite its name, the fiddler crab drums to seduce females

Supreme fitness is a trait males of many species might like to show off when searching for a mate. Peacocks display their tails, the more elaborate of which require more energy to grow ...

Wed 15 Mar 17 from Gizmag

Fiddler crabs get women by waving and drumming

Researchers from Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, have shown that the courtship displays of the male fiddler crab help to advertise both their physical fitness and the size of their home. ...

Wed 15 Mar 17 from Daily Mail

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