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Does sexual selection apply to humans and if it does how so?

It sure does Adam. And it appears that our hormones have a lot to do with it. It seems that each sex is searching for a mate. The factors involved in making a selection are mostly physical. It is said that beauty is in the eye of the beholder >Millions of dollars are spent by both men and women in order to  catch the eye of another.
Of course there are other factors that cannot be explained. I met my wife on a blind date and I was hooked right away. We have been together for 65 years


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Walter Hintz


I can answer questions about both vertebrate and invertebrate zoology. I am an expert in animal behavior, especially birds.


I have taught for over 50 years. I teach college biology courses and I have led tours to the Galapagos Islands and the Belize rain forest

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