Do married Indonesian males practice monogamy?
Where can you legally get married at the age of 15?
Algeria : males have to be 21 and females have to be 18 Egypt : males have to be 18 and females have to be 18 Ethiopia : males have to be 18 and females have to be 18 Kenya : males have to be 16 and females have to be 16 but only with parental consent. Libya : males have to be 20 and females have to be 20 Madagascar : males have to be 18 and females have to be 17 Morocco : males have to be 18 and females have to be 18 Nigeria : males have to be 18 and females have to be 18 Senegal : males have to be 20 and females have to be 16 Somalia : males have to be 18 and females have to be 16 with guardians consent. That is just in Africa. I have only found one or two where you can get married under the age of 15. Listed below. Arizona : Both male and female can be married under 16 with consent from both parents and a superior court judge. Canada : Male and female can be married at 14 with judicial consent. I am sure there are a few more but those are the two I found and have researched this quite a lot.
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What is cleopatras brothers name that she married?
Asked in Weddings
What percent of population of people getting married?
World wide it is about 72% for males and 75% for females and this would be according to their entire life, with the median age being about 27 for when most American males get married and 26 for most American females. In America the percentage of the population that is currently married, as of 2005, is that 59% of the population is married, which is down from the previous years.
How old do you have to be to get married in Arkansas without parents for male and female?
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What is your ethnicity if your great great grandfather is Chinese and was married to a Chinese mestiza?
Are polar bears monogamous or polygamous?
Since the root "gamy-" denotes marriage, meaning, among nonhumans, simply union, I suppose we should say that bears are "agamous," that is, have no marriages. Males and females meet to mate and then the female raises the cubs alone. A forced choice would be for monogamy, although this implies that the breeding couple stay together, like swans, or rejoin the same partners like penguins and many other birds. Bears don't do this. You might notice that all my "monogamy" examples are birds. This is no accident; most avian (bird) species are monogamy, whereas most mammalian species (like bears) are polygamous or "agamous."