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Sport Who is Southampton target Aaron Long?

08:30  19 november  2019
08:30  19 november  2019 Source:   readsport.co

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Why have so many species evolved behaviours which result in no offspring, in what’s known as a ‘Darwinian paradox’. 

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Southampton have been offered the chance to sign USA and New York Red Bulls centre-back Aaron Long , Sky Sports News understands. West Ham wanted to sign Long last summer but he could not get a work permit in order for the defender to complete the switch to the Premier League.

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TOPSHOT - Two Siberian tigers inspect pumpkins filled with meat on September 27, 2018 at the Tierpark Hagenbeck zoo in Hamburg, northern Germany. (Photo by Axel Heimken / dpa / AFP) / Germany OUT        (Photo credit should read AXEL HEIMKEN/AFP/Getty Images) © Getty TOPSHOT - Two Siberian tigers inspect pumpkins filled with meat on September 27, 2018 at the Tierpark Hagenbeck zoo in Hamburg, northern Germany. (Photo by Axel Heimken / dpa / AFP) / Germany OUT (Photo credit should read AXEL HEIMKEN/AFP/Getty Images) But a new article by researchers at the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies suggests that the answer is simple. 

Animals have both same-sex and different-sex relationships because the same sex relationships don’t have much effect on natural selection, and thus aren’t ‘weeded out’ by natural selection, the researchers write in  Nature Ecology & Evolution.

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Lead author Julia Monk said, ‘We propose a shift in our thinking on the sexual behaviors of animals. We're excited to see how relaxing traditional constraints on evolutionary theory of these behaviors will allow for a more complete understanding of the complexity of animal sexual behaviors.

TOPSHOT - Giraffes look on from their enclosure as a newly born giraffe calf with its mother is separated from others at the Alipore Zoological Garden, in Kolkata on June 7, 2018. (Photo by Dibyangshu SARKAR / AFP)        (Photo credit should read DIBYANGSHU SARKAR/AFP/Getty Images) © Getty TOPSHOT - Giraffes look on from their enclosure as a newly born giraffe calf with its mother is separated from others at the Alipore Zoological Garden, in Kolkata on June 7, 2018. (Photo by Dibyangshu SARKAR / AFP) (Photo credit should read DIBYANGSHU SARKAR/AFP/Getty Images) The researchers believe that same-sex and different-sex sexual behaviour evolved at the same time. 

The authors dispute the assumption that because different-sex behaviors are essential for sexual reproduction selection - or the tendency of beneficial traits that promote increases in population, size, or resilience - will eliminate sexual behaviors that do not immediately result in reproduction. 

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Southampton have reportedly been offered the chance to sign New York Red Bulls defender Aaron Long ahead of the January transfer window. Long scored two goals in 25 appearances for the Red Bulls this past season. He also played alongside Saints youngster Josh Sims who has spent the

TOPSHOT - Two storks bill in their nest on a stillage in  Poehlde, northern Germany, on April 19, 2018. (Photo by Swen Pförtner / dpa / AFP) / Germany OUT        (Photo credit should read SWEN PFORTNER/AFP/Getty Images) © Getty TOPSHOT - Two storks bill in their nest on a stillage in Poehlde, northern Germany, on April 19, 2018. (Photo by Swen Pförtner / dpa / AFP) / Germany OUT (Photo credit should read SWEN PFORTNER/AFP/Getty Images) On the contrary, they suggest that same sex behaviour is not always - and maybe even seldom - very costly. 

Co-author Max Lambert, a postdoctoral fellow at the University of California-Berkeley's Department of Environmental Science said, ‘So, if you're too picky in targeting what you think is the opposite sex, you just mate with fewer individuals. On the other hand, if you're less picky and engage in both same sex behaviour and different sex behaviour, you can mate with more individuals in general, including individuals of a different sex.

TOPSHOT - Two giraffes stand together in their enclosure at the zoo in Berlin on August 18, 2016. / AFP / dpa / Maurizio Gambarini / Germany OUT        (Photo credit should read MAURIZIO GAMBARINI/DPA/AFP via Getty Images) © Getty TOPSHOT - Two giraffes stand together in their enclosure at the zoo in Berlin on August 18, 2016. / AFP / dpa / Maurizio Gambarini / Germany OUT (Photo credit should read MAURIZIO GAMBARINI/DPA/AFP via Getty Images) The shift could allow scientists to research and understand this behaviour, Lambert believes. 

Lambert says, "So far, most biologists have considered same sex behaviour as extremely costly and, consequently, something that is aberrant./ Given our casual observations suggests that SSB seems to happen pretty commonly across thousands of species, imagine what we would have learned if we had assumed this was something interesting and not just a rampant accident.”

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