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The Mysterious Transgender Lionesses Of Botswana

Despite what certain Southern American politicians might believe (or want us to believe), gender boundaries aren’t so well-defined in the natural world. There are scores of animals that display what’s known as sequential hermaphroditism, in which organisms change genders in response to environmental stimuli or changes in...
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