NO. MALES (LIONS) EXPLOIT THEIR FEMALES, THE LIONESSES.
NO COWARDS AT ALL.
FIND ON GOOGLE A LINK OF A TO DEATH FIGHT BY LION AGAINST TIGER. USUALLY TIGER WINS, BUT THERE IS ONE FIGHT WHERE THE LION KILLED THE TIGER. BOTH OF THEM KNEW FROM THE VERY START OF THE FIGHT THAT ONE WILL DIE. AND YET THEY FOUGHT.
BUT, THE THREE HUNDRED OF THE KING LEONIDAS AT THERMOPILES KNEW THEY WILL ALL DIE FROM THE PERSIANS. YET, ONE SURVIVED, THE ENEMY THOUGHT HE WAS DEAD, TO TELL US THE WERE EVEN LESS COWARDS THAN LIONS AND TIGERS. COS IN LION VS TIGER CASE, THERE IS AT LEAST 50:50 CHANCE OF WINNING THE FIGHT.
THIS EXAMPLE, RAISES THE QUESTION OF WHY MALES FIGHT. BECAUSE THIS IS WHAT THE ‘Y’ CHROMOSOME IS ALL ABOUT. FIGHT AND SEX.
NOT VERY NOBLE.
WOMEN LIVE FOR CHILDREN. VERY NOBLE.
THE BEAUTIFUL ‘EKS’ CHROMOSOME THAT MAKES UP THE FEMALE GENDER IN EVERY AND ANY SPECIES.
INCLUDING US, HUMAN MOTHERS.
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