Same-Sex Behavior Documented In Many Animals

A review of research concludes that same-sex sexual behaviors are common in many animals, including worms, frogs, flies and birds. Postdoctoral researcher Nathan Bailey describes some of the documented behaviors and explains how they may influence animal evolution.

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