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If a monster horror movie was real, would there be more female survivors?

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I've noticed this in several monster horror movies (recently in Black Water: Abyss):
A team of men and women suddenly have to face a monster, giant crocodile, etc.

While the female characters are very scared and unwilling to do anything risky but remain on the safer location, the male characters take risks (ex: stupidly challenging a giant crocodile and trying to kill it with a knife for the sake of acting brave). Then the guys (all or most) are killed off and the survivors who either escaped or ended up killing the monster are the girls.

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I've noticed a difference when the girls take the action in the end:
It's not out of bravery nor a ''come here and fight me'' thing but out of necessity. There isn't any other option, she has thought about it for a while, staying on their safer location means starving to death and the monster killed all/most of her male friends.
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