April 9, 2021

NEWS YOU CAN USE. Gorillas don’t lie: Chest beats provide reliable information about a male’s size. “To communicate their dominance to potential female mates and rival males, gorillas use cupped hands to rapidly drum their chests. The beating sound can be heard from more than half-a-mile away. . . . ‘Our previous study showed that larger males are more dominant and have a higher reproductive success than smaller males.'”

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