The Indirect Benefits of Mating with Attractive Males Outweigh the Direct Costs.

HEAD, ML; HUNT, J; JENNIONS, MD; et al. The Indirect Benefits of Mating with Attractive Males Outweigh the Direct Costs. Plos Biology Volume: 3 Issue: 2 Pages: 289-294 Published: Feb 2005

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Rob Brooks

I am an evolutionary biologist who thinks about sex for a living. Things I have thought and written about include the evolution of mate choice, the costs of being attractive, the reason animals age and the links between sex, diet, obesity and death. Follow @Brooks_Rob on Twitter.

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