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Why individuals remain in subordinate situations (for example peripheral males at a lek or lowest tanking individual in a social group lie a wolf pack or lion pride) where they had limited access to important resources. What is the general explanation for remaining?

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By remaining in a social group even at the lowest rung an individual still maintains the benefits of being in a social group. See ...

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