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Discovery may lead to understanding of dinosaur mating habits Alligators display the same loyalty to their mating partners as birds reveals a study published Oct. 7 in Molecular Ecology. The ten-year-study by scientists from the Savannah River Ecology Laboratory reveals that up to 70% of females chose to remain with their partner, often for many years. The team, led by Drs. Travis Glenn, Ruth Elsey, Tracey Tuberville and Stacey Lance, spent a decade examining the mating system of alligators...
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