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Behaviour- is the action or reaction to something under certain circumstances
Anthropomorphism-behaviour observed in other animals as showing human characteristics.

Learnt behaviour= is a behaviour is an action or reflex an individual found beneficial in some
way. It is based on experiences.

Habituation- loss of response- to repeated application of…

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Training police sniffers dogs to retrieve drugs


Help keep group together
If one animal see's predators it can warn others
Communication of moods can avoid unnecessary fights
Baby animals can communicate their needs to their parents
Allows predators hunting in packs o coordinate their attack

Animals can communicate…

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Protection from predators
Parental care- feeding protecting and helping offspring to interact with others
Males want to pass on their genes- they can attract females by pheromones
Parental care- crocodiles- young newly hatched eggs that the mother buried before hand are
responded to their calls by their parents- carrying…

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Build competition
Carnivore hunting in packs Carnivores hunting alone
Advantages Safer More food available
Easier to hunt Less competition for food
Surround and isolate the prey Helps to leave food for
Weaker animals are looked after, by other animals e.g.
stronger ones scavengers
Harder to be seen

Disadvantage More likely…

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By developing agriculture and domesticating herds of animals so they could stay in one

What makes us different from animals?

Self aware is the idea that we know we exist
Recognise emotions.
Ability to plan.
Understand consequences of our actions.
Complex use of tools.
Can completely change the environment…


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