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The evolution of menopause and human life history

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Killer whales, pilot whales and humans – what do these three species do that no other mammal does in the wild?

The mystery of the menopause has puzzled scientists for years – why stop breeding in your prime? Rufus Johnstone from the Department of Zoology sheds some light on this peculiar quirk of our species’ life history.

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This talk is part of the Stokes Society, Pembroke College series.

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