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Another chatter asks: "Do you think monogamy is a biologically natural state for human beings?"
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Dr. John Bancroft at 12:31pm ET
If you compare the human with other primates \ other monkeys and apes \ you will find considerable variation in the extent to which monogamy applies—M and it's related to the different size of the male and the female. Typically—M monogamous primates have the male and female the same size. Whereas with the other extreme—M like the gorilla—M the male is polygamous—M with a group of females.
Looking at it in that way—M the human comes somewhere in between these two extremes. Looking at human societies—M many of them have involved polygamy for high-status males—M but modern human societies have moved predominately towards monogamy—M although increasingly this has become serial monogamy.
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