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Once feathers begin to erupt, the nestlings are unusual for altricial birds in having plumage coloured with carotenoids similar to their parents (in most species it is dun-coloured to avoid predation). The nests of great tits are raided by great spotted woodpeckers, particularly when nesting in certain types of nest boxes. see Eva Keuls (1993), Reign of the Phallus: Sexual Politics in Ancient Athens for a detailed study of male-dominant rule in ancient Greece. Prospective mates can then evaluate the genes of a potential mate for their ability to sustain her health even with the additional energy demanding burden she is carrying.

So, if the story is old, and at the time of the story it would have been a word without a vulgar connotation, one still would need to be careful about it if it has vulgar connotaions now. Apparently, looking at women’s breasts improves blood circulation, lowers blood pressure, and extends a man’s life by 4 or 5 years. In rare instances, it is possible for very few lobules to be present, this makes it possible for some men to develop lobular carcinoma of the breast. Yellow plumage colour of Great Tits Parus major correlates with changing temperature and precipitation". Most breeding occurs between January and September; in Europe the breeding season usually begins after March.Since they're an invented genus, provided you don't over-emphasise the femalish wotsit ↔ human woman connection and try to prevent metaphorical links (hard), 'large-breasted' should be fine.

They discovered that the richer men (and those who had just eaten) were more attracted to smaller breasts. Her heart ached for the babes past, who hadn't survived to adult-hood, and the careworn lines on her face sagged in sorrow for the passing years as her youthful beauty withered with each harvest.In Asia, there was "Breast Mountain", which had a cave where the Buddhist monk Bodhidharma (Da Mo) spent much time in meditation.

I imagine you will offend many women with the image - there's little you can do about it except change your image.

In boys and men, abnormal breast development is manifested as gynecomastia, the consequence of a biochemical imbalance between the normal levels of estrogen and testosterone in the male body. During a woman's life, her breasts change size, shape, and weight due to hormonal changes during puberty, the menstrual cycle, pregnancy, breastfeeding, and menopause.

Its willingness to move into nest boxes has made it a valuable study subject in ornithology; it has been particularly useful as a model for the study of the evolution of various life-history traits, particularly clutch size. In these cases, it seems that sensation from the nipples travels to the same part of the brain as sensations from the vagina, clitoris and cervix. Artifacts such as bowls, rock carvings and sacred statues with breasts have been recorded from 15,000 BC up to late antiquity all across Europe, North Africa and the Middle East.Some religions ascribe a special status to the female breast, either in formal teachings or through symbolism. Young birds are like the female, except that they have dull olive-brown napes and necks, greyish rumps, and greyer tails, with less defined white tips. How Great Tits maintain synchronisation of their hatch date with food supply in response to long-term variability in temperature". The reduced fitness is generally considered to be a consequence of the increased expression of deleterious recessive alleles in these offspring. The females were not so large as the males; they had long lank hair on their heads, but none on their faces, nor any thing more than a sort of down on the rest of their bodies, except about the anus and pudenda.

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