Monday, April 12, 2010
Don't Judge The Books By Their Covers
On page 159 Coyne further discusses about the theory of sexual selection. In the beginning paragraph, Coyne shows how the socially monogamous species do not actually exhibit the monogamous behavior. This is shown in many aspects of evolution where the initial physical appearance does not exhibit the matching behavior. What would be a reason for the contradiction or rather mismatching? Is there any examples, can be sexual selection or any other parts of evolution, that shows this mismatching? Explain.