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5 Matching questions

  1. Pinniped Migration
  2. Cooperative Rearing of Young in Carnivores (Meerkat)
  3. Ungulate Migration
  4. Degrees of cooperation
  5. Big Horn Sheep reason for grouping
  1. a Many species of seals and sea lions migrate thousands of kilometers each year from island breeding and molting sites to feeding areas.
  2. b Large ungulates migrate impressive distances as well.
    Barren ground caribou herds move migrate 1000+ km between
    wintering and summering grounds.
  3. c In mongooses and meerkats, subordinate females help rear the young of the dominant females.
  4. d The degree of cooperation
    ranges from none to complex coalitions and alliances. In some species, kinship is important but in others coalitions among nonrelatives are also common, as in hamadryas baboons and chimpanzees.
  5. e in bighorn sheep the locations of feeding areas and migration routes are remembered by older members of the band and this information is transferred to subsequent generations via tradition

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. African wild dogs are cooperative
    breeders living in packs of up to
    20. Some will stay back and
    protect the pups while the rest
    hunt.
  2. a process by which most species return to a home range, nest
    site or den
  3. the "queen" reproduces, mother and young are fed
    (but not nursed) by male and female adults of the worker caste,
    another caste kept the young warm . males of this caste bred with the queen.
  4. is not common but it does occur in social carnivores and some rodents
  5. Most species of baleen whale spend their summers at
    high latitudes feeding on plankton in the highly productive waters
    and then migrate to sub-tropical to tropical waters for the winter.

5 True/False questions

  1. Benefits of Mammals Living In a groupBenefits from Physical factors Protection against Predators Finding and Obtaining food

          

  2. Reason for dispersal (reduce Competition)males leave (usually
    before 4 years old), to become nomads or form coalitions that take
    over new prides. Competition with other males is important as
    most departures occur when a new coalition takes over. Some
    males do leave voluntarily.

          

  3. Male DispersalBecause of the prevalence of polygyny, and associated tendency for males to disperse as they reach maturity, adult males are generally not related to other adults in the group. Males leave before they reach the age of maturity (sexually) and fathers leave before their daughters reach the age of maturity

          

  4. Lion Dispersal PatternBecause of the prevalence of polygyny, and associated tendency for males to disperse as they reach maturity, adult males are generally not related to other adults in the group. Males leave before they reach the age of maturity (sexually) and fathers leave before their daughters reach the age of maturity

          

  5. Allee EffectMinimum pack size is 5,
    more than that and some can stay
    back. This minimum group size is
    called the