so that the smaller ones could take advantage of their larger counterparts.
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Weakest Piglets May Sneak Help from Strongest Siblings - Scientific Americanurse together with one mother while a different mother raises the weaker babies. But his results might mean that more piglets could survive if breeders instead mixed piglets of different sizes, <span>so that the smaller ones could take advantage of their larger counterparts. What this finding does not explain is why my younger brother, who as a kid always and failed to steal my dessert, is now stronger than I am. —Jason G. Goldman [The above text is a trans
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