Animal social behaviour: Even penguins break the heart

Who is experienced in these months is already enough of a disappointment that should not join this excursion into the animal Kingdom. Because penguins, these cu

Animal social behaviour: Even penguins break the heart

Who is experienced in these months is already enough of a disappointment that should not join this excursion into the animal Kingdom. Because penguins, these cute, waddling animals, are not, for we have kept them. So far, we introduced ourselves anyway, these innocent-looking creatures so: Cuddling in groups and against the Antarctic cold, warm, the parents feed them lovingly to their young and to maintain long-standing, loyal relationships with their partners.

Actually, it's among penguins, no less sneaky and heart fracturing as sub-humans. Affairs, intrigue, and relationship drama are on the agenda, as keepers of the Kyoto aquarium in Japan, have now shown with impressive graphics. It depicts the relationship of the in the Aquarium home penguins, netting in the previous year, and demonstrated one thing above all: Boring months was the penguins in quarantine.

The red hearts symbolize the love penguin couple. Purple lines stand for a complicated relationship status, or what you would refer to people as "friendship plus". A blue, broken heart marks the end of a Romance between two animals. The yellow lines stand for friendship, the green lines connect the rival penguins. Under each photo is the Name of the penguin, and a short description.

A political scientist had released the relationship chart on Twitter, and a whole bunch of Users to analyze the multi-colored lines. So a penguin has about six males to females with a broken heart. The most appropriate description of your personality is also found on the graphics:"this is demonic". Another penguin seems to be according to the chart in a Romance with a 17-year-older females involved, the upon second glance, as his great-aunt out.

animal researchers know according to the British news channel BBC already longer that infidelity and wild marriages are really typical for penguins. The Natural History Museum in London, published about 2012, the results of a decades-old study on adélie penguins, which had been withheld from the Public at that time aware of. Observations on an Expedition of the Explorer George Murray ash consulting showed that penguins need their young about sexual abuse and males in groups socialize. It is also known that females are trying to force other females to steal the young.

Updated Date: 09 July 2020, 12:20

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