The power of unbroken bonds

The males of species that form long-lasting pair-bonds, like many birds, often continue to make elaborate displays of plumage, colors and dances after they mate with a female. While their time and energy might be better spent taking care of their offspring, these displays also encourage the female to invest more of their energy into the brood.

The power of unbroken bonds

Sticking with the same mate pays evolutionary dividends.

Mon 14 Oct 19 from Cosmos Magazine

Investing in love and affection pays off for species that mate for life

The males of species that form long-lasting pair-bonds, like many birds, often continue to make elaborate displays of plumage, colors and dances after they mate with a female. While their time ...

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Investing in flashy display pays off for species that mate for life

Male finches continuously fight for their partner's attention -- and it seems like it's in both interest to do so.

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