Beau Geste Hypothesis



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What is Beau Geste hypothesis?

The Beau Geste hypothesis in animal behaviour is the hypothesis which tries to explain why some avian species have such elaborate song repertoires, for the purpose of territorial defence. The hypothesis' name comes from the 1924 book Beau Geste, and was first coined by John Krebs in 1977.

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