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Hack, Mace A. March 1998. Zebra zones. Natural History, vol. 107, p. 26. The social groups of zebras reflect their habitats.

Judson, Olivia. 2002. Dr. Tatiana's sex advice to all creation: the definitive guide to the evolutionary biology of sex. Metropolitan Books, New York. A hilarious and informative look at how other animals mate.

Keller, Laurent, and Kenneth G. Ross. August 6, 1998. Selfish genes: A green beard in the red fire ant. Nature, vol. 394, p. 573. Do genotypes underlie selective killing behavior among fire ants?

Mennill, Daniel J., et al. May 3, 2002. Female eavesdropping on male song contests in songbirds. Science, vol. 296, p. 873. Female black-capped chickadees judge potential mates by song quality--unless biologists interfere.

Parnell, Richard. October 1999. Gorilla exposé. Natural History, vol. 108, p. 38. Primates exhibit diverse social behaviors.

Queller, David C., and Joan E. Strassmann. April 12, 2002. The many selves of social insects. Science, vol. 296, p. 311. Odors control social insect colonies.

Van Noordwijk, Arie J. April 18, 2002. The tale of the parasitic cuckoos. Nature, vol. 416, p. 687. A look at the evolution of "brood parasitism," which 53 of the 136 species of cuckoos use to get members of other species to raise their young.

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