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Greentimes JR Articles - Endangered Animals
By Araña Pequeña Learned and Instinctive Behaviors By Kim Win What are learned behaviors? Learned behaviors are skills that are taught to animals. For example, some learned behaviors that you have as a ... too. Animals also have instinctive behaviors. These are skills that animals naturally have that do not have to be taught to them. Human babies show many instinctive behaviors, like crying when they ...
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Predation politics: wolves, conditioned taste aversion & wildlife management
Instinctive behaviors: neophobia and unconditioned repellency. Neophobia is an apparently unlearned behavioral routine ... wolves and agriculturalists. Conditioned taste aversion. Although foraging behavior, physiological specializations, instinctive responses to foods and feeding traditions all contribute to the ...
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References - A brief introduction to Fish Anatomy
This term simply means to ascribe human charter or characteristics to wild instinctive animals. Lets face it, fish and corals are not human. Now corals are quite different ... different category among human minds. Because of their curiosity and sometimes instinctive behavior we tend to label and compare those behaviors to our own. Many divers will testify that in one or ...
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Exotic Birds
These wild and destructive behaviors are some of the reasons ... stress, leading them to illness and unstable behaviors such as: self mutilation, aggression, excessive screaming, neurotic pacing, or extreme introversion. These behaviors often leave their caretakers feeling frustrated, ...
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