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MALE BABOONS WITH FEMALE FRIENDS LIVE LONGER

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(AGENPARL) – WORCESTER (MASSACHUSETTS), lun 21 settembre 2020 IMAGE: A 35-year study of more than 540 wild baboons in Kenya links strong social bonds to better chances of survival. view more  Credit: Photo by Susan Alberts, Duke University DURHAM, N.C. — Close bonds with the opposite sex can have non-romantic benefits.......
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SEX DIFFERENCES IN HEALTH AND DISEASE

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(AGENPARL) – WORCESTER (MASSACHUSETTS), ven 11 settembre 2020 Males and females share the vast majority of their genomes. Only a sprinkling of genes, located on the so-called X and Y sex chromosomes, differ between the sexes. Nevertheless, the activities of our genes — their expression in cells and tissues —......
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IN BUTTERFLY BATTLE OF SEXES, MALES DEPLOY ‘CHASTITY BELTS’ BUT FEMALES FIGHT BACK

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(AGENPARL) – WORCESTER (MASSACHUSETTS), gio 03 settembre 2020 IMAGE: The size and shape of mating plugs often varies by species. This female Acraea omrora features a small plug with sharp hooks, attached to her abdomen by her partner to… view more  Credit: Jeff Gage/Florida Museum GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Some male butterflies......
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THIS CUTTLEFISH IS FLAMBOYANT ON SPECIAL OCCASIONS ONLY!

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(AGENPARL) – WORCESTER (MASSACHUSETTS), mer 19 agosto 2020 WOODS HOLE, Mass. – The flashy Flamboyant Cuttlefish is among the most famous of the cephalopods (octopus, squid, and cuttlefish) – but it is widely misunderstood by its legions of fans. A new paper from the Roger Hanlon laboratory at the Marine......
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YOUNG DOLPHINS PICK THEIR FRIENDS WISELY

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(AGENPARL) – WORCESTER (MASSACHUSETTS), ven 24 luglio 2020 DURHAM , N.C. — Strategic networking is key to career success, and not just for humans. A new study of wild bottlenose dolphins reveals that in early life, dolphins devote more time to building connections that could give them an edge later......

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