Mother’s Presence Increases Survivability of Male Orca Offspring


A study of 600 orcas revealed that a mother’s presence increases a son’s change of survival significantly. The mothers are driven by an innate drive to ensure that they have as many descendants as possible, and this might compel them to look out for their adult young.

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