This is a response video to the fake science in MinuteEarth's "Why It Sucks to Be a Male Hyena". https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PBCNW... Thanks for watching.Subscribe for our next video on whether it really sucks to be a male hyena!References:Smale, L., Nunes, S., and Holekamp, K.E. (1997) Sexually dimorphic dispersal in mammals: patterns, causes and consequences. Advances in the Study of Behavior 26: 181-250.Holekamp, K.E., Smith, J.E., Strelioff, C.C., Van Horn, R.C., and Wates, H.E. (2011) Society, demography and genetic structure in the spotted hyena. Molecular Ecology 21(3): 613-632.Szykman, M., Van Horn, R.C., Engh, A.L., Boydston, E.E. and Holekamp, K.E., (2007) Courtship and mating in free-living spotted hyenas. Behaviour, 144(7): 815-846.East, M.L., Burke, T., Wilhelm, K., Greig, C. and Hofer, H., (2003) Sexual conflicts in spotted hyenas: male and female mating tactics and their reproductive outcome with respect to age, social status and tenure. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences, 270(1521): 1247-1254.Watts, H.E. and Holekamp, K.E., (2007) Hyena societies. Current Biology, 17(16): R657-R660.Boydston, E.E., Morelli, T.L. and Holekamp, K.E., (2001) Sex differences in territorial behavior exhibited by the spotted hyena (Hyaenidae, Crocuta crocuta). Ethology, 107 (5): 369-385.
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