Women who are less attractive are genetically programmed to pursue handsome men, new research suggests.
Human behaviour experts from the Department of Anthropology at Poland's University carried out a major study on single women and found that less attractive females were more likely to go for good-looking men in the hope of improving their offspring's chance of being attractive.
Meanwhile beautiful women were found to be more attracted to wealth and status than good looks, the Sun reports.
The researchers said: "It can be hypothesised that women with higher waist-to-hip ratio, i.e. less attractive ones, may more intensively 'hunt for genes' related to attractiveness to increase their offspring's chance to be more attractive and to have a greater chance of reproductive success."
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