If you’re a cat owner, you’ve likely wondered why cats rub against one person but not another. Your fluffy companion might greet you at the door and rub against your legs, but be aloof when your partner or friend enters through the same door. Why do they do this?
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Rainforest frogs have evolved to wave instead of croak to attract females as waterfalls are too loudThe Telegraph - Dominic Penna
The croaking of the frogs is often drowned out by the sound of rushing water, even when they are in close proximity to potential mates Rainforest frogs have evolved to replace croaking with waving to females...