I was wondering the other day outside, thinking about varieties of species and their aggression levels, etc.
I had a theory that since these highly aggressive, powerful, and viciously advantageous animals in fights with humans, such as lions, tigers, rhinos, elephants, etc. are so strong and aggressive in the wild compared to us humans and smaller animals, do they have more testosterone?
Like, in animals, does testosterone correlate with size, possibly explaining why a lion is heaps more slender, muscular, fit, agile, aggressive, and vicious than a typical human?
Basically, does the bigger size and aggression in wild animals correlate to their higher testosterone, such as larger size equal to larger testosterone in comparison to other smalelr or less aggressive animals, or is it different?