A lot of fish in the sea dating site
Technology has already made other inroads into the world of animal mating.
A primate park in the Netherlands is taking a Tinder-like approach, using a touchscreen tablet to find out which males catch an eligible female orangutan's eye.
A 2012 report also found issues with invasive rats destroying the penguins' eggs in Chile.
In case you happen to know any Humboldt-penguin bachelorettes, here's a little more about Spruce: His favorite band is Reel Big Fish.
The Humboldt penguin lives at the Weymouth Sea Life Adventure Park in the UK.
This displays information about your job and education, and displays only potential mates with whom you have Facebook friends in common.For men, the equivalent grumble is women who only post photos of themselves posing with more attractive friends. There’s no need, as on traditional dating websites, to fill in lots of questions or pay a subscription fee. Yet many Americans seem to be using dating apps to find people as similar as possible to themselves.The market leader is Tinder, which allows you to filter potential matches by age, sex and location only; profiles consist of a few photos from Facebook and a couple of lines of text. If two people both swipe right, they match, and only then can they talk and arrange a date.Since the start of 2014, it has expanded from four cities to 38.Justin Mc Leod, the firm’s boss, claims that 99% of its users have college degrees.