Pycnogonids

@article{Cobb2010Pycnogonids,
  title={Pycnogonids},
  author={Matthew Cobb},
  journal={Current Biology},
  year={2010},
  volume={20},
  pages={R591-R593}
}
of the body nor are neck wounds more likely to be fatal — even in females and maneless sub-adult males. Instead, the mane appears to indicate 'quality': males may lose their manes after being seriously injured, and dark-maned males have higher testosterone levels, are more likely to recover from physical injury and their offspring have better survival. Thus… CONTINUE READING