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Humans are the only animals to go through teenage rebellion, but a few species come close

Adolescence is more than a state of mind.

Here's how a few members of the animal kingdom handle the transition to adulthood.

By the way, we were literally there when teen-hood was born. In a 1941 article on young filmmakers, a source quipped, "I never knew 'teen-agers' could be so serious." It's the first known use of the now-ubiquitous

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