Yes, for the most part. Dominance hierarchies occur in most social animal species that usually live in groups, including primates. Fish, birds, and mammals have been closely studied to determine a dominant hierarchy. Dominance hierarchies can be what’s called linear structures, which is a result from the physical differences among individuals in a group in relation to their access to resources. They are also influenced by the complex social interactions among individuals in the group.
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