By Lauren Simenauer > Sex & Dating Blogger
As an aspiring evolutionary ecologist, I dream of the day people solicit my advice. Now I just have to impose my science theories in 20-second snippets on my friends, all of whom are snooty couch philosophers majoring in “cynicism” and “destroying Lauren’s hopes and dreams.”
If you're a Cuttlefish and you're not an alpha male, you might be out of luck. Turns out some fish just get all the girls. Subsequently, the alpha males protect their females fiercely. However, Cuttlefish can change color rapidly, and some males use this as a strategy to mimic females and sneak into another male's mating territory. Then, while the alpha male is busy getting it on with a female Cuttlefish in his harem, the subordinate male will attempt to snag a mate. And you thought Mrs. Doubtfire was a comedy.