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The Blackpill and other species

TheIncredibleIncel

TheIncredibleIncel

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If you think 80/20 is only present in humans and devoid from other animal species or organism, then you've got another thing coming and couldn't be more wrong.

I was reading about Hammer-headed bats and came across this interesting tidbit of information.

Males hang from riverside trees and honk for hours at a time, while females fly by selecting a suitable mate. Females are highly picky, choosing the same 6% of males as mates 79% of the time (meaning the other 94% of males only get lucky once in a blue moon). The loudest honks usually get the most attention, so males have evolved a voice box, or larynx, that takes up around half their body cavity.

Their larynx is so large it pushes the heart, lungs and intestines back and sideways, according to a 1990 study.

You heard that right folks. 6% of males mate 79% of the time and the other 94% get lucky once in a blue moon. The black pill is out there all-around nature you just have to look for it. Females only wanting what they consider the cream of the crop is a deeply ingrained instinct that is found across species. There also seems to be a hint of Fisherian runaway selection considering the large larynx these bats have probably aren't that useful in terms of survival.

 

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