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Obsession for Men an obsession for big cats

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A recent Reuters story reports that biologists in Guatemala rely on Calvin Klein's Obsession for Men to attract jaguars for tracking and research purposes.

Use of the cologne stems from research done by The Wildlife Conservation Society at the Bronx Zoo, where researchers tested the effect of numerous scents on cheetahs. According to a recent Wall Street Journal article, it was discovered that out of 24 scents tested, Obsession for Men was the favorite, with Nina Ricci's L'Air du Temps coming in second. Others fared much worse, such as Estée Lauder's Beautiful and Revlon's Charlie.


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I read the article, but it didn't say what sex Obsession for Men attracted the most. The article mentions Sasha, so will it work best on males?

Is Obsession for [attracting] Men?

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Good question. At least one of the article mentions that it enabled observation of courting behavior between jaguars, which implies that it attracts both sexes.

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