Imagine that you are a female gelada monkey, living in a large group of females under the protection of one alpha male. On one particular lackluster day in between your usual routine of naps, walks, grooming sessions, and meals of grass and grubs, an unfamiliar male arrives. 666 more words
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By Dick Arnold, Ann Ray, and Jocelyn Millar
Pheromones are widely used for detecting, monitoring, and controlling insect pests, but they’ve seen little use for detection of endangered species. 757 more words
Happy New Year of the goat to all! I prepared a special reminder list with a bonus for all the adventurers!
1- Don’t forget to wear something red… 309 more words
Beauty may not be in the eye of the beholder after all.
It may actually lie just south, in the nose. At least that’s what the latest research on pheromones, substances that social animals secrete to communicate with and attract other members of their species, suggests. 773 more words