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A male three-spined stickleback fish will attack male red-bellied sticklebacks and models of fishes that have a red underside. It will not attack males or models lacking a red underside. What can you conclude from the three-spined stickleback's behavior? (A) The stimulus for an attack is a red underside. (B) The stimulus for an attack is aggression. (C) The stimulus for an attack is the presence of fish with red fins. (D) The stimulus for an attack is the presence of a fish model. (E) There is no predictable stimulus for an attack.(E) There is no predictable stimulus for an attack.
Which of the following is NOT an innate behavior? (A) a dog looking for its food dish (B) a baby mammal sucking milk (C) a woman moving away from bright light (D) a spider spinning a web (E) a sea star grasping a clam and pulling the shells apart.
Innate or natural pattern of behaviors are all exhibited in choices B, C, D, and E, except choice A. The dog learned to look food in a dish since the dog associated the food with the dish.
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