Some human cultures (allegedly) don’t practice kissing - it is nevertheless a widespread activity. Wikipedia lists no less than eight different varieties.
And there are various plausible explanations as to how and why it could have originated. But no one theory covers all its manifestations.
Note: It’s not uniquely human. See;Kissing Gouramis
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