A Swedish newspaper is being ruthlessly mocked after publishing an article lamenting that there is a gender disparity between stuffed animals at a taxidermy museum.
Dagens Nyheter, a newspaper published in Stockholm, was reporting on a study which found that there are not as many female animals as male in museum collections.
The study analyzed over 2.5 million critters in museums. Based on their findings, the newspaper determined that the disturbing lack of female animal representation could lead to researchers having the “wrong picture” about certain species.
So, how bad is the disparity?
Birds have the worst gap in representation, with 60 percent of them being male. For mammals, 52 percent are male and only 48 percent are female. The horror!
“The unequal gender distribution is like […]
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