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8.3: Innate Behavior of Animals

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gaping

Wide opening of a baby bird's mouth in expectation of feeding.

innate behavior

Any behavior that occurs naturally in all animals of a given species.

instinct

Ability of an animal to perform a behavior the first time it is exposed to the proper stimulus.

reflex behaviors

Any behavior that occurs without conscious thought as a response to a stimulus.

waggle dance

Way a honeybee moves to tell other bees in the hive where to find the food.

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Date Created:
Nov 29, 2012
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