How elephant seals know who's boss in the mating game
Male elephant seals recognize the unique calls of their rivals, helping them know when to fight or flee, new research suggests.
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#1 Dec 10, 2013
Let's hear it John?
How does FAT Pat let you know who's boss?
#2 Dec 10, 2013
WARNING! Don't go there. That conjures a vile, disgusting, and ugly thought.
#3 Dec 10, 2013
I should have heeded your warning.... still dry-heaving. gag...
#4 Dec 11, 2013
Johnis gonnaBLOW......hiz whistle???
“The buck stops here!”
Since: Sep 12
#5 Dec 11, 2013
#6 Dec 11, 2013
I'm the boss!.........right, Pat?.....kitties??
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