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'''Strategic pluralism''' is the idea that multiple - even contradictory- behavioral strategies might be adaptive in certain environments and would therefore be maintained through [[natural selection]].
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Strategic pluralism is the idea that multiple - even contradictory- behavioral strategies might be adaptive in certain environments and would therefore be maintained through natural selection.

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