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Testes size correlates with men's involvement in toddler care

Men with smaller testes are more likely to be involved in hands-on care of their toddlers, a new study by anthropologists finds. Smaller testicular volumes also correlate with more nurturing-related brain activity in fathers. The data suggest that the biology of human males reflects a trade-off between investments in mating versus parenting effort.
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