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5 Matching questions

  1. Society
  2. African Wild Dogs
  3. Agonistic buffering hypothesis
  4. Best ways to use piloting
  5. Genes and the Environment (Nature versus Nurture)
  1. a If two animals reared from birth under identical environments
    differ in habitat preference when adults, the conclusion would be
    that the differences resulted from hereditary factors
  2. b where males control their
    relationships with other males in
    the group using infants in what
    are called triadic male-infant
    interactions.
  3. c 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.
  4. d A group of individuals of the same species that is organized in a cooperative manner, extending beyond sexual and parental behavior.
  5. e This approach would
    be best suited for use within the home range such as when grey
    squirrels locate a food cache

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Distant landmarks have been demonstrated to be used by some
    rodents
  2. Migratory movements take an animal out of its home range and
    habitat type and is triggered by proximal cues, such as photoperiod,
    that are linked to ultimate factors, such as shortage of resources
  3. Increased Intraspecific Competition for Resources Increased Chance for Spread of Diseases and Parasite Interference with Reproduction
  4. Moose and deer are more pioneer species and continuously
    colonize newly formed successional habitats that are formed by
    fire.
  5. Mammals are assumed to have a cognitive map, sex differences in spatial ability

5 True/False questions

  1. In order for homing to occur an animal must have- a sense of direction (some form of compass)
    - a sense of location (understand where it is starting from)

          

  2. Bats migration and HibernationMost bats hibernate.
    Some bat species do migrate - most often to and from caves used
    as hibernation sites. Some little brown bats migrated over 200 km
    from hibernation caves in Vermont to summering sites in
    Massachusetts.

          

  3. Assembling Members for Location of Matesmales of several species defend small territories and display to attract females for copulation. Examples include hammer-headed bats, topi, and fallow deer.

          

  4. Determinants of Habitat PreferenceMoose and deer are more pioneer species and continuously
    colonize newly formed successional habitats that are formed by
    fire.

          

  5. Social SpeciesTend to be large and have large brains

          

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