stereotyped behaviour

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Any behaviour that is repetitive and relatively fixed in form. Examples include stereotypies, habitual or routine behaviour, and behaviour that is necessarily repetitive, such as digging. Stereotyped behaviour is not necessarily abnormal, but it often occurs in captive animals.

Subjects: Zoology and Animal Sciences.

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