biology - animal behaviour studies

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What did Tinbergen study?
innate behaviour in gulls.
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What did Tinbergen test?
newly hatched gulls peck the red spot on the mothers beak to ask the parents for food.
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How did Tinbergen carry out his experiment?
he showed newly hatched gulls cardboard gull heads with different coloured spots on their beaks and counted how many times the chick would peck at a certain colour. obviously red was pecked most.
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What did Lorenz study?
lorenz studied how baby birds, like ducklings recognize their mother and follow her.
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What animal behaviour type did lorenz study?
imprinting
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What was lorenz's experiment?
She has 2 groups of goose eggs, one born with their mother and another born in an incubator, he found the the first thing the chicks saw they followed.
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What did Fossey study?
social behavior of mountain gorillas
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What did Goodall study?
social behavior in chimpanzees
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What did both Goodall and Fossey discover?
tHe apes worked together to search for food, they protected each other, the males had ranks to prevent fights and the apes groomed each other. showing social bonds between the apes, which was strengthened by showing affection.
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