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The Alpha Male ~ A Few Examples

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  2. 2. Alpha male is a term used in describing any group or society of animals that live closely together and have a dominant leader. <br />Alpha males are more about exhibiting traits that are essentially masculine or “macho.”<br />In socialanimals, the alpha is the individual in the community whom the others follow. Where one male and one female fulfil this role, they are referred to as the alpha pair (the term varies when several individuals of the same gender fulfil this role). Other animals in the same social group may exhibit deference or other symbolic signs of respect particular to their species towards the alpha.<br />In most species, the alpha is given preference to be the first to eat and the first to mate. Other animals in the community are usually killed or ousted if they violate this rule. This leads to the alpha males and females being overrepresented in some groups in the genetics of a population, because they may become the only ones who breed successfully.<br />--www.wisegeek.com/what is an alpha male?—only what was relevant for the show was taken---<br />& Wikipedia<br />…now click…<br />
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