Sydney is immensely popular for its drag queens but what researchers have discovered recently near Sydney Harbour has attracted the attention of one and all to the unseen but fantastic cross dressers of the region.
Yes, the news is about the mourning cuttlefish, which the experts have discovered near the Sydney harbor displaying skin colors of both a male and a female. Another fact that came out from this discovery was that this skin color changing is actually an unconventional courting strategy that is adopted by the mourning cuttlefish in an effort to seduce a nearby female while deceiving all other male rivals.
The above discovery has come from researchers from the Macquarie University. They noticed this unusual behavior in a male cuttlefish when he suddenly changed half color of his body with the typical male skin pattern i. e. pulsating stripes and the rest half with the mottled camouflage characteristic of females, when it observed a female species at Sydney Aquarium.
The team of researchers performed their study for six lengthy years and photographed all the mating tactics at several different sites around Sydney Harbor. They found that 40% groups of males perform the cunning trick to seduce female counterparts.
"One of the amazing things is they are very specific about when they employ the tactic", said Dr. Brown, an Associate Professor at Macquarie University.
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