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Humans admire peacocks for their stunning tail feathers, but until recently no one could say whether the display actually drew the eyes of peahens.

Now scientists, strapping cameras onto the heads of the female birds, have obtained evidence of what it is about peacock tails that attracts the opposite sex.

The peacock's tail, or train, was a riddle that vexed Charles Darwin as he sought to devise his theory of evolution: The principle of natural selection suggested that a species would develop traits that enhanced its chances of survival, but the extravagantly outsize train seemed more like a burden than an aid.

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Starbreeze, partnering with Acer, Audeze and Glenfiddich, is currently showcasing its first internally produced cinematic Virtual Reality (VR) experience titled “Cockatoo Spritz” directed by Stephane Barbato. Starting on Wednesday May 11th Starbreeze will showcase the new VR-experience Cockatoo Spritz and Overkill’s The Walking Dead VR-Experience at the Majestic Hotel at the heart of Cannes. On Sunday May 15th an event will be arranged to further exclusively preview the experience for select invitees. “We felt the…

Humans admire peacocks for their stunning tail feathers, but until recently no one could say whether the display actually drew the eyes of peahens.

Now scientists, strapping cameras onto the heads of the female birds, have obtained evidence of what it is about peacock tails that attracts the opposite sex.

The peacock's tail, or train, was a riddle that vexed Charles Darwin as he sought to devise his theory of evolution: The principle of natural selection suggested that a species would develop traits that enhanced its chances of survival, but the extravagantly outsize train seemed more like a burden than an aid.