Animals are the greatest ruler breakers you can imagine. And when there is a rule, very surely there are some animal species able to break it. Although it is true that there are there are less females that commit infanticide due to sexual conflict than males, those females exist.
Ok, they are females mirroring lions (obviously males) for some extent. There is a nice, in reality terrible concept, called, that occurs when the two have conflicting optimal strategies concerning , particularly over the mode and frequency of mating, potentially leading to an between and .
These females are looking for males to mate with, and why are those males not expelling their hearts off, running to mate with them?. Because they are very busy raising up their own offspring, single parenting them.
This scenario is impossible for mammals, mothers have to lactate their offspring. But when you lay eggs...the world is broader place for you, and not all of them decide to stay at home.
Wattled jacanas (Jacana jacana)
Does she resemble a lion?. Yes, when you learn some things about her.
A wading bird from Panama. In this species it is exclusively the male sex that, while females defend their .
In a thoroughly documented researchand Natalie Demong showed female infanticide of chicks. I don't agree with so intrussive experiments, and less than that with shoting females, but in any case the results of the experiment were spectacular. They found that removing females from a territory (a result they got shoting at them) resulted in nearby females attacking the chicks of the male in most cases, evicting them from their nest. The males then the offending females and cared for their young.
Femalewill eat the kits of strange females for a source of nutrition, and to take over the nest for her own litter
Infanticide is also seen in.