This image was shortlisted for the Woman Science Photographer of the Year Award 2023 by Royal Photographic Society.
The natural instinct to escape confined environment and migrate through different hierarchical structures for survival can be observed in both human and animals. Lobsters exist in hierarchies just like human. They are believed to possess a nervous system attuned to status linked to serotonin which regulates the display of their aggression.
Can neurochemistry explain the organisation of a human society and our behaviour in different hierarchical structures?