In the animal kingdom/nature, are there long distance relationships?

Question by Dakota M: In the animal kingdom/nature, are there long distance relationships?
My friend is considering an LDR “long distance relationship” when his gf moves and she’s a big science whiz so I was wondering if in nature/biology there are any similarities to there situation?
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Answer by Frank
Tell him not to.

LDR seems great. You don’t get on her nerves by leaving the toilet seat up, and when you do see each other, it’s hot, and you don’t have long enough to worry about banal things like figuring out who cleans the toilet. You’re not realy with the other person, and you’re not really with your local friends beacuse you’re always on Skype.

They avoid many of the real tests of a relationship, and so you don’t develop a deep, solid relationship. I’m sure he thinks his relationship is deep and solid.

Whales sing to each other from a distance, as do birds. That’s not quite an LDR, but most animals can’t send email.

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