Nemo flashes a smile. Snapped in the Philippines, this clownfish living amid the stinging tentacles of a huge sea anemone was photographed by Steve De Neef. The fish pictured here is the dominant female, and shares the anemone with her family.
"The female is currently more dangerous than the male she has reached the end of her patience and is now lashing out at anything that threatens to harm her husband or his brother whom is like her own brother she like a wounded animal and I wouldn't like to see her if and when she has children
New analysis of human genetic history reveals female dominance Date: September 24, 2014 Source: BioMed Central Summary: Female populations have been larger than male populations throughout human history, according to new research. The research used a new technique to obtain higher quality paternal genetic information to analyze the demographic history of males and females in worldwide populations.