Females Prefer Males that can Multitask

Nature World: Female frogs choose to mate with males that can multitask, a new study reported. The study supports the multitasking hypothesis, according to which females prefer males that can manage many tasks at a time. The study was conducted by researchers at the University of Minnesota who found that male frogs belonging to the species Hyla chrysoscelis, produce a mating call that has a string of pulses. Hyla chrysoscelis or the gray treefrog species is native to North America. Usually the frogs' mating......

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