From strange and complex forms of communication to bizarre feeding behaviors and interesting mating and reproductive strategies, animal behavior is a subject that has captured the interests of scientists and nonscientists alike for centuries. Why do bees p...
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Betcha never heard anything like some of these behaviors before...
When the male Bluehead Wrasse dies in a school of fish, next in line to lead the pack is the biggest female. She undergoes a sex change and becomes the new male leader. Power to the females!...I guess?
The way we treat and eat animals is often based on how intelligent we perceive them to be. For instance, cultures that keep dogs as pets and know how intuitive they are would never think to have them for dinner, while supposedly dirty pigs are perfectly acceptable to chow down. As it turns out, most of us are unaware of the intelligent animals that surround us. From sheep that know how to heal themselves to elephants that perform ritualistic ceremonies for the dead, our world is filled with hidden gems of genius. Surprise yourself with these facts about some of the cleverest creature habits around. Photo: bucky_za/Getty
Alexandra Lee's insight:
On another note...these crazy behaviors these animals take part in will absolutely blow your mind and make you think twice on whether they really are as crazy as they sound
Rabbits have been known to eat their own feces. Why? By doing this, the mucus in the feces prevents digestion in the stomach so that the nutrients make it to the beginning of their large intestine. If that isn't strange...let's be honest, it is.
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