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Peri-menstrual Sexual Behavior Among Rhesus Monkeys.

J. Loy
Published 1970 · Biology, Medicine

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During a behavioral study of free-ranging rhesus monkeys, non-pregnant females were observed to show sexual behavior both at mid-menstrual cycle and peri-menstrually. The basis of the dual estrous per



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