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Humans Are Likely Polygamic Specie.

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Posted by Alexander on February 21, 2001 00:32:20 UTC

According to biological studies, different species of apes and monkeys (which we are genetically very close to, by the way) have different ways of multiplying - some are poligamists, some are monogamists. This is true for many other animals too, by the way - some do have full family, some don't. And according to these studies, human specie is polygamic rather monogamic.

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