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Learned and Instinct Behaviors
Transcript of Learned and Instinct Behaviors
Polar Bears' Instinct Behaviors
Polar Bears: Learned and Instinct Behavior
What are these behaviors?
Polar Bears' Learned Behaviors
Polar bears have many learned behaviors. Their parents have to teach them how to hunt and fish for food. Polar bears also have to be taught how to swim, climb, dive, and float.
This photo shows polar bears hunting.
This picture shows a polar bear diving into the water.
Learned behavior is a kind of behavior that normally the parents of an animal will teach it to do in order to survive. For example, lions need guidance from their parents in order to learn how to defend themselves from predators.
This image shows a baby polar bear sleeping.
This photo shows three polar bears migrating for food.
Instinct behavior is a different kind of behavior that does not require being learned or taught to do. Instinct behavior is already known how to do when the animal is born. For example, a fish already knows how to swim when it's born. Each animal has different learned and instinct acts.
1. Male polar bears are the biggest bears on Earth.
2. Polar bears go looking for a mate only in late spring.
3. Only female polar bears hibernate because they give birth in their dens where they stay until the cubs are old enough to survive outside.
4. In the wild, polar bears can survive up to 25 years.
5. Polar bears are about the size of a rat and weigh a little over a pound when they are first born.
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