Bisexual female bonobos make lengthy eye contact during sex in an attempt to form intimate social bonds with their partners, study shows | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Bisexual female bonobos make lengthy eye contact during sex in an attempt to form intimate social bonds with their partners, study shows

Sex among bonobos is not sex-specific and is most often not for reproduction
Researchers studied the behaviour of 17 bonobos at a zoo in Stuttgart, Germany

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