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Wyman wonders why lower-quality males don't turn down the volume of their bellows to emulate their more successful rivals. Her analysis showed that, on average, the least successful bulls — those with the lowest number of copulations and offspring — bellowed at least 50 percent louder than their more successful rivals, corresponding to decibel readings averaging from per bull down to The findings were detailed in the November issue of the journal Animal Behaviour.