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animal behaver


embryo is the early stage of development of an organism
All animals are multicellular
consumer r must eat other organisms to survive.
vertebrate e is an animal that has a backbone or spine.
Invertebrates are animals without a backbone.
Innate behaviors are behaviors that an animal does automatically. Animals are born with innate behaviors
learned behavior is a behavior that develops with experience or from watching other animals.
Animals that eat other animals are called predators.
territory is an area where one animal or a group of animals live.
Some animals have special behaviors that help them find mates. These behaviors are called courtship
When animals travel from one place to another it is called migration.
hibernation an animal lowers its body temperature and is inactive.
This lets them survive when there is little food or water. Reduced activity in the summer or during hot periods is called estivation.
An animal’s natural cycles are called its biological clock.
Some biological clocks keep track of daily cycles. These daily cycles are called circadian rhythms
Biological clock can also control long cycles.
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