Really appreciated how they connected it to real life scenarios
I really enjoyed your video! It was both informative and relatable which made it easy to follow and understand.
I enjoy how the transitions and background music of the video keep it from being too dry and boring. Also, the comparisons with college life all the while not taking away from informational pieces makes this a great piece.
There was a lot of information presented throughout the video, however the steady usage of relatable analogies kept the viewer’s attention. Well made!
It was a good video. I liked how comparisons to college students were made in order to simplify the concepts.
I enjoyed this video, especially the different relationships that you had Buzz in to bring understanding of the concepts for this video!
I enjoyed how relatable you made the video! very engaging and fun!
The analogy with the college students was entertaining, but also a little disturbing. That being said, I was very intrigued the entire time. Good job presenting the information
The pace of your video was absolutely perfect, and the visuals were very well done. The analogies made it super easy to comprehend without having to watch multiple times.
I like how you compared it to the life of college students. It was very interesting and fun.
I love the use of the punnet square graphics.
LOVE that you used college love-life as a metaphor. Wonderful way to hook the audience and simplify the concept!
I learned about the crickets and their titillators , but also about romance in college! Very informative video, thank you.
Definitely made me laugh! Sound quality could be better but the content made a lot of sense. Good way to break it down!
You guys did a wonderful job capturing the attention of the audience and making it relateable so that the heavy biological concepts were kept light and easy to understand! One thing you might have been able to improve on would be the audio quality, but other than that the graphics along with the explantion was great!
I really learned from the analogies you guys used to compare the behavior of sexual selection from crickets to the personal lives of college students and their own preferences with having relationships with others.
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