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22_Animal_Behavior - BIOLOGY 325H Animal Behavior March 18...

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BIOLOGY’325H ’ Animal’Behavior ’ March 18-20, 2013 Animal’ behavior’ is’ a’ collection’ of’ species -specific’ adaptations’ with’ respect’ to’ how’ the’ individual’interacts’with’its’environment.’Acquisition’of’food’and’avoidance’of’predators’augment’ the’individual's’chanc e’of’survival,’and’successful’mating’behavior’increases’the’likelihood’that’it’ will’pass’along’its’genetic’alleles.’Species -specific’mating’behaviors’also’provide’a’barrier’against’ interspecific’ hybridizations’ that’ would’ be’ unlikely’ to’ yield’ viable’ offspri ng.’ In’ addition,’ many’ animal’species’exhibit’parental’behavior’following’the’birth’of’their’offspring,’thereby’facilitating’ the’ survival’ of’ those’ offspring’ and’ furthering’ the’ transmission’ of’ genetic’ alleles’ to’ future’ generations.’
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