WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR

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ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR

Animals exhibit a wide range of behaviors that are used for a variety of purposes, including reproduction, social engagement, and survival.

These actions can be categorized into a number of groups, including:

1. Foraging activities, such as looking for and obtaining food
2. Reproductive actions, such as courtship, sex, and childrearing.
3. Social behaviors, such as cooperation, hostility, and communication.
4. Migration and homing habits, such as going to particular places at particular times.
5. Anti-predator behaviors, including running away from or fighting off predators.
6. Taking care of others by feeding, protecting, and grooming
7. Play activities, which include actions that are taken only for fun or to develop one’s physical or cognitive abilities.

Animals can also display learned behaviors, which differ from innate behaviors in that they are learned through experience or observation.
Understanding animal behavior can help with conservation and management initiatives as well as provide insight into the natural environment.

 

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POPULAR BOOKS ON ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR

These are recommended books to aid your understanding of how animals behave;

  1. The Social Behavior of Animals” by J.L. Cloudy
  2. “Animal in Translation” by Temple Grandin and Catherine Johnson
  3. “The Diversity of Life” by Edward O. Wilson
  4. “The Inner Life of Animals” by Peter Wohlleben
  5. “Thinking in Systems: A Primer” by Donella Meadows
  6. “Animal Make Us Human: Creating the Best Life for Animals” by Temple Grandin
  7. “The Evolution of Cooperation” by Robert Axelrod
  8. “Animal and Society: An Introduction to Human-Animal Studies” by Leslie Irvine

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Dr. Enoch Obeng is a certified veterinarian with an interest in veterinary content creation. He graduated from the school of veterinary Medicine, University of Ghana. He has a passion for animals and has worked on horses, small animals, poultry, and large animals. His experience in general practice brings him closer to nature and his animal patients. This has fueled his interest in animal psychology and animal behavior.