In-born Behaviors

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Content Standard 6.2
Responses to external stimuli can
result from interactions with the
organism's own species and others,
as well as environmental changes;
these responses either can be
innate (in-born) or learned.
Broad patterns of behavior
exhibited by animals have changed
over time to ensure reproductive success.
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Learned Behaviors
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Intelligence - 19 min
In-born Behaviors
A period of
winter inactivity
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Hibernate - 8 min
What this guy does
if his pond dries up
in the summer.
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Why do animals migrate?
Animals migrate because
of weather, food, or water.
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Migration - 7 min
Birds use migration clues
such as the sun & stars,
mountains, and changes
in the earth’s magnetic field.
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Monarchs - 15 min
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Animal Communication - 16 min
Each animal
species has
certain
behaviors
that are
related to
mating.
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Beetles - 3 min
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Squids - 2 min
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Amphibians - 4 min
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Ospreys - 5 min
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Rhinos - 3 min
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Nesting - 2 min
altricial
precocial
Precocial birds
lay many eggs
and incubate
them for a
long time.
The young are
active as soon
as they hatch.
altricial
precocial
Altricial birds
lay few eggs
and incubate
them for a
short time.
The young are
helpless when
they hatch.
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Parenting - 8 min
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Predation
refers to the
relationship
between a
predator and
its prey.
Prey
Predator
Predator’s predator
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Predation - 9 min
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North American Cats - 10 min
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Polar Bears - 1 min
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Snakes - 2 min
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Forked Tongues - 7 min
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Bullfrogs - 2 min
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Birds of Prey - 5 min
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Eagles & DDT - 3 min
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Bioluminescence - 2 min
Egg-layers
Pouched
Placental
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Mammals - 4 min
Oviparous
Viviparous
Viviparous
2 species
350 species
95% of all
mammals
Vertebrate Embryos
Brain
Ear
Veins
Arteries
Nose
Future
Vertebrae
Mouth & Jaws
Heart
Stomach
and
Small Intestine
Large Intestine
General
Embryo
Anatomy
Umbilical Cord
Reptiles
Birds
Monotremes
Platypus
DANGER
Poison
Platypus and Echidna
lay eggs and
produce milk
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Platypus - 5 min
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Echidna - 5 min
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Although marsupials are viviparous,
(give birth to live young), the young
are born VERY prematurely.
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Kangaroos - 10 min
95% of all
Mammals
The period of time between
fertilization and birth
Animal Gestation (Days)
Opossum
12
Mouse
19
Rabbit
31
Eagle
44
Dog
61
Cat
63
Pig
112
Goat
151
Deer
201
Animal Gestation (Days)
Grizzly Bear
220
Cow
284
Horse
330
Whale
360
Giraffe
425
Rhino
540
Asian Elephant 645
What is the gestation
period of a human?
280 days
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