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OUR TOP TEN ANIMAL BEHAVIORS

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Noelle Escobal

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Tortoise
Estivation
The tortoise is well adapted to deal with such extreme weather by going into estivation during the extreme heat of the summer. Tortoises don’t sleep all the time. In most instances, the tortoises are active for a few hours during the morning.
innate behavior
http://blogs.sandiegozoo.org/2011/07/27/desert-tortoise-hot-hot-hot/
Dolphins
Peafowl
Sound
Peafowls use 6 different calls of communication. 3 of them are for mating and the rest is territory based.
Learned Behavior
http://animaldiversity.ummz.umich.edu/accounts/Pavo_cristatus/
Blobfish
Defensive Action
Blobfish are becoming extinct because fisherman are eating them. Unfortunately, the fisherman are dying due to the acid on the Blobfish's skin.
Innate Behavior
https://sites.google.com/a/pvlearners.net/blobfish/defenses-and-predators

OUR TOP TEN ANIMAL BEHAVIORS
Grace Dalton, Noelle Escobal, and Tiger Takechi
Panda
Deer
King Cobra
Tiger
The Manned Wolf
Behavior- Defensive Actions
Chemicals
Young deer will often identify their mother by sniffing at their glands.

Innate Behavior
http://www.nhptv.org/natureworks/nwep3d.htm
Most Cobras are shy, and run and hide when people are around
King Cobras are aggressive, and they will rear up and stand their ground when they are confronted
They are not poisonous, they are venomous
They carry deadly venom in their sacks
They are the only venomous snake that can shoot venom
This behavior is learned
http://www.cobras.org/report.htm



behavior- marking territory
•Most of tigers’ habitats are near a body of water, such as a lake, pond or river.
• This is because tigers are good at swimming and they usually cool down in pools.
•Tigers are such strong swimmers that they can even tread through water while carrying prey.
•This behavior is innate

http://www.lions.org/tiger-habitat.html



Finding Food
Pandas have to find bamboo in the jungles and when they do they grab the stalk of bamboo and peel off layers.
It is a learned behavior.
http://animals.pawnation.com/giant-pandas-food-2802.html
Finding Food
They usually hunt their food like other carnivores. As you can see to the left, the Manned Wolf has long legs to chase after fast prey.

Learned Behavior
http://nationalzoo.si.edu/animals/amazonia
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