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Why do killer whales and humans go through menopause?

BBC News Thursday, 12 January 2017
Why do killer whales and humans go through menopause?A 40-year study of a population of orcas off the US Pacific coast helps UK researchers solve an evolutionary mystery.
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News video: Yes, Killer Whales Go Through Menopause And Here's Why

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Mother-daughter conflicts have proven to be an inexhaustible resource for writers, artists, and filmmakers, and it turns out they also play a large role in the reproductive lives of killer whales.

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teamzamora Apparently the only animals to go through menopause are humans, short-finned pilot whales, and killer whales (orcas). #safarilive 1 week ago

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