The frequency of copulation in bonobos is not as high as most people assume, she says. The social and sexual differences between chimps and bonobos might have their origin in this moment, says Furuichi. This is very different from the relatively limited sexuality of female chimps, but could have arisen as a result of just a few genetic changes in that founding population, says Furuichi. When males and females copulated, Kano recorded that in around one-third of cases, the pair would adopt the missionary position. If a dominant female has a son, he will benefit from her position in society. The rest, as they say, is evolutionary history.
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