Mammals that live in groups have longer lifespans, research finds

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The correlation held even when researchers took into account link between larger species size and longer lifespan

Mammals that live in groups generally have longer lifespans than solitary species, new research into nearly 1,000 different animals suggests.

Scientists from China and Australia compared 974 mammal species, analysing longevity and how they tended to be socially organised.

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