There are only a few lucky species of animals that experience the hormonal scrapple that comes with menopause. Humans, for example, experience menopause so that mothers-in-law don't spew too much vitriol on the temptresses that have bewitched their baby boys. And to conserve resources or whatever. Killer whales, on the other hand, most likely experience menopause just so that doting mother whales can make their good-for-nothing, live-in, 30-something sons' lives as easy as possible, since, you know, whales don't have hands with which to pick up dirty underwear or make pastrami sandwiches.
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