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A traveler studies a map and reads directions to learn how to get to a distant city. The traveler's behavior is an example of
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User: A traveler studies a map and reads directions to learn how to get to a distant city. The traveler's behavior is an example of

Weegy: A traveler studies a map and reads directions to learn how to get to a distant city. The traveler's behavior is an example of This kind of behavior is an example of a-. behavior by instinct. b. trial and-error learning. c. imprinting. d. [ conditioning. A traveler studies a map and reads directions to learn how to get to a distant city. The traveler's behavior is an example of ... [PDF] 7th Chp 13 Test.pdf - rrstokes - home rrstokes.wikispaces.com/file/.../7th+Chp+13+Test.p... ]
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User: A traveler studies a map and reads directions to learn how to get to a distant city. The traveler's behavior is an example of

Weegy: A traveler studies a map and reads directions to learn how to get to a distant city. The traveler's behavior is an example of This kind of behavior is an example of a-. behavior by instinct. b. trial and-error learning. c. imprinting. d. [ conditioning. A traveler studies a map and reads directions to learn how to get to a distant city. The traveler's behavior is an example of ... [PDF] 7th Chp 13 Test.pdf - rrstokes - home rrstokes.wikispaces.com/file/.../7th+Chp+13+Test.p... ]
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User: What is the function of courtship behavior for an animal?

User: What is the function of courtship behavior for an animal? A. to mark its territory B. to get a good supply of food C. to protect itself from predators D. to attract a mate of the same species

Weegy: D. to attract a mate of the same species
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User: Daily animal behavior cycles are called A. circadian rhythms. B. social behaviors. C. hibernation. D. aggression.

User: Female fur seals spend the winter in the ocean off the coast of California. Then, in the spring, they swim thousands of miles northward to islands off the coast of Alaska. This behavior is an example of A. a circadian rhythm. B. aggression. C. migration. D. hibernation.

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A traveler studies a map and reads directions to learn how to get to a distant city. The traveler's behavior is an example of - INSIGHT LEARNING.

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Female fur seals spend the winter in the ocean off the coast of California. Then, in the spring, they swim thousands of miles northward to islands off the coast of Alaska. This behavior is an example of - MIGRATION.

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The part of the planet that is inhabited by living things is known as the A. biosphere. B. ecosystem. C. hydrosphere. D. species.
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The part of the planet that is inhabited by living things is known as the BIOSPHERE.

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