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An animal species wherein inceldom is common due to female members' highly hypergamous nature, due to its highly polygamous nature, or a combination of both. The Bateman's principle confirms that hypergamy is not merely a human female phenomenon, but rather is replicated among females of multiple species of animals, and as such, suggests that hypergamy is an innate characteristic of being female.
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