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Weber, L. H. Krause ISBN: 978-1-60456-782-3 © 2008 Nova Science Publishers, Inc. Chapter 2 FEMALE MATE CHOICE IN NON-HUMAN MAMMALS Benjamin D. Charlton Department of Psychology, School of Life Sciences, University of Sussex, Sussex, England BN1 9QH ABSTRACT Until now definite studies of mate choice have typically focused on non-mammal animal species where short life spans and gestation periods make reproductive success quicker to determine, and in which the females show preferences for clearly defined morphological or behavioural male traits.
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Animal behavior : new research by Emilie A Weber; Lara H Krause