Questions - Questions: 1. Did the two individuals behave...

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Questions: 1. Did the two individuals behave differently? - Yes; the male was more aggressive and active, while the female was less active and “lazy”. 2. On what are you basing your answer? - We are basing our answer on the thirty minute observation and the minute intervals. 3. If there were differences, how might they be evolutionarily adaptive? - The male is more aggressive in order to be able to fight for a female 4. What is your sample size? (How many replicates did you do?) Is there some problem with your sample size? - Our sample size was 3; there was no problems with the sample size because it was uneven so there was always a majority. 5. Do you think your ethograms are typical of the behavior all day long, or do you think there might be some repeated cycle or bio-rhythm effect? - I believe that the ethogram is the typical behavior for domesticated red-eared sliders that live in a tank, but presented in the wild I think there would be different behaviors that are not presented in the tank.
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