Instinctive vs. Learned Behaviors

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Fish Swimming

Instinctive

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Geese Migrating

Instinctive

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A lion learning how to hunt by watching it's mother

Learned Behavior

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A bird building a nest

Instinctive

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A dog performing a trick in exchange for a treat

Learned Behavior

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A beaver building a dam

Instinctive

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Pelicans learn that swimming in a group as they hunt for fish is more successful then hunting alone

Learned Behavior

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Young prairie dogs learn to always be watchful for predators. They learn to recognize the warning call of adult prairie dogs and to dive into their burrow when danger is near.

Learned Behavior

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Seagulls tend to fly near humans in hopes of getting food

Learned Behavior

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Rattlesnakes will rattle their tail when they are threatened. Its their way of saying "You better back off!"

Instinct