Seagulls: Are Males The Weaker Sex?

Thursday, May 8, 2008 - 09:35 in Psychology & Sociology

Male seagulls may be more vulnerable to their environment during embryonic development than females. Until now, the sex differences in developmental rate and susceptibility to unfavorable conditions during the embryonic stage in birds have received little attention.

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