Thursday, 13 November 2014

Intimidating chimpanzee males are more likely to become fathers

November 13, 2014

Cell Press

Chimpanzee males that treat females aggressively father more offspring over time. The findings are based on genetic evidence of paternity and suggest that sexual coercion via long-term intimidation is an adaptive strategy for males in chimpanzee society.

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