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Men think they've got it rough finding love. Oh, bars are the wooorst place to meet women. And the drinks are sooo expensive. But in the animal kingdom, the males got it easy. The true burden lies with the female, who expends enormous energy producing eggs and, in the case of mammals, bearing and looking after the young.
In coral reefs, certain species of flatworm do battle with their members. It starts off innocently enough. Two often brilliantly colored flatworms approach each other and nuzzle a bit.
But before long the calm departs, as each rears up and exposes its weapons: the two sharp white stylets that are its penises. Like human fencers, each flatworm will juke and stab, simultaneously trying to inject its partner with sperm anywhere on its body while doing its best to avoid getting inseminated itself. And this can go on for as long as an hour until the two retract their double penises, lower themselves, and go their separate ways.
When the struggle is over, both can end up pockmarked with white stab wounds filled with sperm, and you can see pale streaks running along their bodies, branching rivers of semen on their way to fertilize the eggs. Now, you might be asking why. The problem is that the two flatworms have the same interest: Neither wants to be the female I know that sounds sexist, but bear with me here. Developing those eggs is a tremendous energy suck, not to mention that the loser is deeply wounded on top of being knocked up.
The winner gets to pass down its genes without taking the trouble of raising the young. The most accomplished fencers are the ones who will have the most reproductive success, and their genes are what other flatworms want to pass down to their offspring, who will in turn be more likely to become skillful combatants and fertilizers.