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Animal Behavior: Sometimes Biology Makes Us Want To Migrate Quiz
Think you’ve got your head wrapped around
? Put your knowledge to
the test. Good luck — the Stickman is counting on you!
Q. Which of these is not a defense technique?
Bait and switch
Q. When evolution selects for one animal sacrificing its own chance at having offspring in favor of aiding a relative, it is called:
Q. Which of these is not a form of animal communication?
Q. When are crepuscular animals active?
During the day
All times of day
At dawn and dusk
During the full moon
Q. Animals use the Earth’s magnetic field to:
Find relatives to live with
Forage in the dark
Learn who their parents are
Navigate during migration
Know when they should start looking for a mate
Q. What is the name for modifying behavior based on experiences?
Q. A regular, long-distance change in location is called:
Q. Why might evolution favor a trait that makes an animal more likely to be caught by predators?
Q. If an animal’s behavior results in it being rewarded, it will come to associate that behavior with a positive experience. What is this called?
Q. Animals that have spines, like porcupines, use which defense technique?