I read this on the internet.

create the “ideal world” in which hundreds of mice would live and reproduce.
Nope, suddenly not ideal.

This “Paradise of Mice” was a specially designed place where rodents had an abundance of food and water, as well as a large living space.
Good name i’ll admit.

In the beginning, he placed four pairs of mice that in a short time began to reproduce, resulting in their population growing rapidly.
In the “BEGINNING” – really? (also, Incest?)

However, after 315 days their reproduction began to decrease significantly. When the number of rodents reached 600, a hierarchy was formed between them and then the so-called “wretches” appeared.
Who could I make represent these guys?

The larger rodents began to attack “the group”, with the result that many males began to “collapse psychologically”.
Are the wretches the larger mice? Also where is all the poo going?

The females in turn became aggressive towards their young.
Yimmeny-no-nos! Not good, hang in there kids.

As time went on, the females showed more and more aggressive behavior, isolation and lack of reproductive mood.
Less cool

There was a low birth rate and, at the same time, an increase in mortality in younger rodents.
Not a cute statement in any context

Then, a new class of male rodents appeared, aptly named “beautiful mice”. They refused to mate with the females or to “fight” for their space.
All they cared about was food and sleep.

Soon “beautiful males” and “isolated females” made up the majority of the population. As time went on, juvenile mortality reached 100% and reproduction reached zero.
Is it nice in paradise? No.

Among the endangered mice, homosexuality was observed and, at the same time, cannibalism increased, despite the fact that there was plenty of food.
These are two very different points that are completely unrelated but written together in the same sentence which I feel is odd and unfair.

Two years after the start of the experiment, the last baby of the colony was born. By 1973, he had killed the last mouse in the Universe 25. John Calhoun repeated the same experiment 25 more times, and each time the result was the same.

This work has been used as a model for interpreting social collapse.
I’ll need to speak with dad about this…

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