September 19, 2011

Animals Can Teach Humans How to Flirt

Richard Gray, Telegraph


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Using research conducted into the different flirting techniques employed around the world, experts will help 200 men and women learn how to harness their animal magnestism.

They will use lessons from the animal kingdom to show how to give off the right signals to potential mates.

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TAGGED: Sexual Selection, Sexuality, Animals

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