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The _____ theory suggests that favorable behaviors are passed down from generation to generation. A.optimality B.natural selection C.adaptation D.optimum
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User: The _____ theory suggests that favorable behaviors are passed down from generation to generation. A.optimality B.natural selection C.adaptation D.optimum

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User: Animal behavior is based on satisfying physiological needs. A.True B.False

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User: Animals conduct certain behaviors in mating. Some practice _____, in which one male breeds with only one female, and others practice _____, in which one male breeds with multiple females. A.monogamy; polyandry B.polygyny; monogamy C.monogamy; polygyny

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Animals conduct certain behaviors in mating. Some practice MONOGAMY, in which one male breeds with only one female, and others practice POLYGYNY, in which one male breeds with multiple females.

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