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Far from being passive bystanders in a world governed by machismo, a new study suggests females may determine social evolution in primates. The number of females in a group tends to be larger than the number of males; the more females there are the more males there will be, but only after a period, when the males have had time to catch up to the changing population.
As mixed-sex, multi-male groups are common in more advanced primate societies (including humans), scientists say the study highlights the importance of females in understanding social evolution.
Lindenfors added: "If one sex drives social evolution then when a change happens to the group composition of this sex, for example the average number of females in a group increases, the other group would change as well, but with a time lag." This is exactly the scenario the researchers found, with changes in the number of males consistently lagging behind females.
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