Macaque couples were found to dislike the presence of other monkeys of any rank during sex, and also to prefer "sneaky" copulation for opportunistic rather than tactical reasons. | Harper's Magazine

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Macaque couples were found to dislike the presence of other monkeys of any rank during sex, and also to prefer “sneaky” copulation for opportunistic rather than tactical reasons.

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Macaque couples were found to dislike the presence of other monkeys of any rank during sex, and also to prefer “sneaky” copulation for opportunistic rather than tactical reasons.

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