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Applied to the transmission of information from one generation of animals to another by non-genetic means (e.g. by imprinting or imitation). Behaviour may be modified culturally, so that while individuals usually behave in a traditional way, traditional behaviour in the same species may vary widely from one population to another.

Subjects: Ecology and Conservation — Zoology and Animal Sciences.


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