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Principles of Animal Behavior

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By: Lee Alan Dugatkin(Author)
642 pages, illustrations, tables
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  • Principles of Animal Behavior ISBN: 9780393931693 Edition: 2 Hardback Nov 2008 Usually dispatched within 4 days
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Principles of Animal Behavior covers the diverse forces that cause animals to act and respond to their environment in the way that they do. Learning and cultural transmission are balanced against the role of evolution by natural selection.

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By: Lee Alan Dugatkin(Author)
642 pages, illustrations, tables
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