No, very few animals are actually monogamous. Monogamy is so rare in the animal world that only 3-5 % of the mammals are known to form lifelong pair bonds. Some of these monogamous animals are beavers, otters, jackals, foxes, some bats and a few dwarf deer and antelopes. Creatures that do pair for life occasionally have flings on the side and some, like the wolf, do not mourn too much a death or a no longer sexually performing partner. Males are programmed to spread their genes and females to get the best genes from the best males for their young.
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