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Orca Network - Our Neighbors with Fins
"The complex and stable vocal and behavioural cultures of sympatric groups of killer whales (Orcinus orca) appear to have no parallel outside humans ... any revision of our understanding of orcas. For more depth on the implications of orca cultures without parellel except in humans see: Do Orcas Use Symbols." ©Orca Network Please contact Orca ...
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Orca Network - Do Orcas Use Symbols?
In the abstract the authors conclude that: "The complex and stable vocal and behavioural cultures of sympatric groups of killer whales (Orcinus orca) appear to have no parallel outside ... of no phenomena outside humans comparable to the distinctive, stable and sympatric vocal and behavioural cultures which appear to exist at several levels of killer whale society." An anomaly is ...
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No Evolution Without Revolution (Do or Die)
ANYTHING (humanity included) have to pay its way? Look at the evidence: whether from other cultures (eg.the indigenous groups beloved of the green movement), or in the millions of everyday ... planning and problem solving".[58] She adds a cautionary note: "such a process of cooperative behavioural change, never easy to bring about anyway, is especially unlikely where grossly unequal land tenure ...
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Breastfeeding And Lead What Do Mothers Need To Know?
The major pathway for lead intake in young children is their normal hand ... into Australia by friends and relatives to recently arrived immigrants. Especially those from Arab cultures, the Indo-Pakistan subcontinent, China and Latin America should be avoided. Folk Remedies ...
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The Great Intellectual Debate: I Don’t Want It Because I Don’t Like It
Behavioural characteristics of dolphins, for example, which some people interpret as a sign of intelligence, are ... «agricultural development». Have they gone crazy? Are they proposing to transform more wilderness into mono-cultures? Or do they want to increase yields by using more fertilizers, chemicals or maybe by ...
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August 2001 - Durban, South Africa - Draft Declaration and Programme of Action
In particular, States should promote an accurate understanding of the histories and cultures of indigenous peoples; 131. Urges States, if appropriate in cooperation with relevant organization ... ensure that all teachers are effectively trained and adequately motivated to shape attitudes and behavioural patterns, based on the principles of non‑discrimination, mutual respect and tolerance; 133. ...
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References - Ukaliq: The Arctic Hare
An Early Palaeo-Eskimo Component from the West Coast of Newfoundland". In Palaeo-Eskimo Cultures in Newfoundland, Labrador and Ungava: 111-118. Reports in Archaeology No. 1. St. John' ... )". Paper presented at Ontario Ecology and Ethology Colloquium. Guelph, Ontario. Gray, David R. (1993). "Behavioural Adaptations to Arctic Winter; Shelter-seeking in the Arctic Hare (Lepus arcticus)". Arctic 46( ...
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Home - Universiteit van Amsterdam
University of Amsterdam and University of Viçosa (Brazil) show evidence of spectacular behavioural changes induced by a parasitic wasp in the caterpillar of a moth species. After ... . read more... AquaPhyto BV and the University of Amsterdam collaborate to develop algal mass cultures AquaPhyto BV is an innovative company specialized in large scale production of micro-algal ...
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