From a very young age we are taught in biology classes that in nature male animals are the pretty ones, while females are boring. These sex differences are easy… Read more »
Dr. Iliana Medina is a postdoctoral researcher at the Australian National University. Her work focuses on the evolution of animal behaviour and colouration from a comparative approach. She has worked previously with dart-poison frogs and Anolis lizards in America and more recently with brood parasitism and fairy-wrens in Australia.
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- Female birds can also be pretty – depending on their habitat. - 30th January 2017