Researchers in Minnesota studying Cope’s Gray tree frogs – Hyla chrysoscelis – now have a better idea of how female frogs select their mates.
It turns out that the females of this species prefer their male mates be capable of multitasking, those who can perform two or more difficult tasks at the same time. Displaying this ability shows that the male frog of the species is of higher quality compared to those who aren’t able to multitask so easily.
The female frogs …
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