Reality television shows based on dating competition such as “The Bachelorette” help us grasp the idea that mate competition, or intersexual selection, is an evolutionary process.When it comes to sexual selection, where mate choice exists, one sex is competitive with the same sex, while the other sex is choosy, or selective, when it comes to picking individuals with whom to mate.Students will learn about how different animals and plants are adapted to surviving in arid habitats.
Students will learn about colours, the different frequencies of light and how different coloured light is absorbed or transmitted by coloured filters.
They will also discover how some animals use bioluminescence and colour perception to outsmart their prey.
We probably all do it, to some degree, but the question still remains whether we should.
So, is wanting what we can’t have a mating strategy we’ve adopted?
“Me identifico como una persona pansexual, no siento preferencia hacia hombres o mujeres”, explicó a la cámara.