Animal Behaviour: How Animals Learn

Duration: 1.5 hours

In the wild, animals learn from each other. Learning begins from interactions with the parent animals, and they also observe other members of their species and siblings in order to learn how to behave. Unlike instinctive behaviours, which involve the repetition of innate patterns of behaviour, learning involves modifying behaviours in accordance with experience. Learn more about how animals learn here.



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