Life: The Science of Biology 11th Edition

Published by W. H. Freeman
ISBN 10: 1-31901-016-4
ISBN 13: 978-1-31901-016-4

Chapter 52 - Animal Behavior - 52.4 - Selective Pressures Shape Behavior - 52.4 Recap - Learning Outcomes - Page 1127: 1


The presence of conspecifics indicates that the habitat is suitable for survival. By checking out the conspecifics of an area, individuals of the species learn of the quality of the habitat and may choose to live there.

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