Category Archives: Non classé

The phylogenetic roots of Human violence

A study recently published in the journal Nature got me hooked! The authors decided to tackle the question of the evolutionary roots of violence towards conspecifics in Humans. To do so, they opted for a phylogenetic approach. To estimate lethal aggression in mammals, … Continue reading

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Back from Cuba!

During July-August 2016, I went to Cuba for a three-weeks holiday trip. Besides the colorful cities, the colonial architecture, and the warmth of the people, I came back home with pictures of… lizards of course. In this article, I will share … Continue reading

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Thermal dependence of signalling

A new study about wall lizards authored by Guillem Pérez i de Lanuza, Miguel Angel Carretero, and Enrique Font just came out in the journal Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. Wall lizards are ventrally polychromatic and the authors hypothesized that the differences in … Continue reading

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