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Liz Langley

Liz Langley is the founding writer of National Geographic’s Weird Animal Question of the Week column, where she answers reader questions about animal biology and behavior, including what our pets are really trying to tell us and why bugs rule the world (though moose and monkeys are her personal favorite animals).

She has also focused on the biology and behavior of humans, writing about pop culture, sex, and relationships for outlets including Glamour, Salon, and Alternet, and in the award-winning book Crazy Little Thing: Why Love and Sex Drive Us Mad.

On her new blog Natural Seduction, she covers sex, life, and relationships among animals—including us.

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