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Pheromones and Sex: Success of the Smelliest?

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In his book Sexual Selection, Charles Darwin wrote “during the season of love, a musky odour is emitted by … the crocodile”. Dr Tristram Wyatt explains how all kinds of animals, from dogs, elephants, moths, to goldfish, use pheromones to find mates for sex. He will also discuss the mystery surrounding human pheromones.

This talk is part of the Stokes Society, Pembroke College series.

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