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  • verb Present participle of allomother.

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Examples

  • I sat on the bench, enjoying my new vantage point, taking notes on the elephants’ arrival time, notable interactions such as who got to drink at the outflow, whether anyone got displaced in the process, and whether any allomothering was apparent, where a sister or aunt would watch over a baby while a mother drank.

    The Elephant's Secret Sense

  • I sat on the bench, enjoying my new vantage point, taking notes on the elephants’ arrival time, notable interactions such as who got to drink at the outflow, whether anyone got displaced in the process, and whether any allomothering was apparent, where a sister or aunt would watch over a baby while a mother drank.

    The Elephant's Secret Sense

  • I sat on the bench, enjoying my new vantage point, taking notes on the elephants’ arrival time, notable interactions such as who got to drink at the outflow, whether anyone got displaced in the process, and whether any allomothering was apparent, where a sister or aunt would watch over a baby while a mother drank.

    The Elephant's Secret Sense

  • I sat on the bench, enjoying my new vantage point, taking notes on the elephants’ arrival time, notable interactions such as who got to drink at the outflow, whether anyone got displaced in the process, and whether any allomothering was apparent, where a sister or aunt would watch over a baby while a mother drank.

    The Elephant's Secret Sense

  • [35] could continue to provide long-lived offspring and grandchildren with key benefits to survival, such as training in hunting and social development, social knowledge of seasonal locations of food and shelter, or allomothering services such as babysitting

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