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antipredator behaviour


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Behavioural strategies that species adopt in order to deter predators. These include mobbing, the formation of schools by fish, and large compact groups by other animals (e.g. some species of butterflies), and the mass attacks launched by many social insects.

Subjects: Ecology and Conservation.


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