They have to actually take the time to meet another animal in public, sniff their parts, and do an exhausting mating call.
When are they gonna wake up and realize that the only way to meet other animals these days is to buy a phone, download an app like Tinder, and paw right?
Ok Cupid is free to join, free to search, and free to message.
Have you ever stretched the truth a bit so it seemed like you shared the same interests as an appealing potential date sitting across the table? But whether it'd a glance or a sniff, we are biologically wired to feel an intense and immediate attraction toward some people and not toward others. And this cascade of lustful chemicals coursing through our brains and bodies serves a very important function: It signals us that this magnificent person could make an excellent biological match for us to produce offspring with.
When I first set out to explore parallels between animal courtship and human dating, I didn’t expect to discover the wealth of sage advice offered up by our wild counterparts. Are you one of those people who just can't seem to find the right person because no one out there seems perfect for you?
Following a Cliff Notes version of a few key takeaways. "Helpful" relatives and friends may have told you you’re being too picky.
One difference though, is that animals don't get the chance to turn down a date — if zookeepers decide that an animal has to go elsewhere for mating, then it happens.
, is all about what animals can teach us about dating.