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Monogamy evolved as a mating strategy: New research indicates that social monogamy evolved as a result of competition

Social monogamy, where one breeding female and one breeding male are closely associated with each other over several breeding seasons, appears to have evolved as a mating strategy, new research reveals. It was previously suspected that social monogamy resulted from a need for extra parental care by the father.
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