Scientists solve a whale of a mystery: Why orcas have menopause

Friday, January 13, 2017 - 17:01 in Biology & Nature

Sifting through more than four decades of data on two killer whale populations in the northwest Pacific, an international team of scientists says they’ve discovered why killer whales go through menopause: their complicated relationships with their daughters. The findings, described in the journal...

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