July 27 2011 Biology Newsletter
Did you know that all animal behavior is not the same? It's true! Some behavior is innate, or intuitive. This is a behavior pattern with which an animal is born. The other type of behavior is learned behavior. This is behavior that a young animal learns from its parents or community.
This week's article is on the subject of "ethology" - the study of innate animal behavior. Enjoy!
Here's the latest article from the Biology site at BellaOnline.com.
Ethology - The Study of Innate Animal Behavior
Ethology is an often overlooked sub-field of zoology. The study of ethology is focused on the study of innate, rather than learned, animal behavior.
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