Are there any physical proofs (besides pregnancy or behavior) that a female mammal other than humans has had intercourse at some point? Ie. do other female mammals have a hymen to lose?
Many other animals have hymens, but most do not behave in the same way as human hymens. For instance, guniea pigs have a hymen which is chemically dissolved when a female is in heat, but then grows back after successful mating.
Primates have hymens that are the most common in structure to humans, but most other female animals do have some form of a hymen including clams, shrews, ladybugs, and narwhals.
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