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Female banded mongooses lead battle for chance to find mates

In this file photo provided by the Banded Mongoose Research Project in November 2020, banded mongooses form battle lines in Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda. When families of banded mongooses prepare to fight, they form battle lines. Each clan of about 20 animals stands nose to nose, their ears flattened back, as they stare down the enemy. A scrubby savannah separates them, until the first animals run forward. (Harry Marshall/Banded Mongoose Research Project via AP)

In this file photo provided by the Banded Mongoose Research Project in November 2020, banded mongooses form battle lines in Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda. When families of banded mongooses prepare to fight, they form battle lines. Each clan of about 20 animals stands nose to nose, their ears flattened back, as they stare down the enemy. A scrubby savannah separates them, until the first animals run forward. (Harry Marshall/Banded Mongoose Research Project via AP)

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