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Power struggles in nature can be more subtle, nuanced and strategic than just dog-eat-dog

By Lee Alan Dugatkin, Professor of Biology and Distinguished Arts and Science Scholar, University of Louisville
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Life can be a struggle for power – not just for people but for nonhuman animals, too. An animal behaviorist explains how this quest can be more Shakespearean drama than boxing match.The Conversation

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