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Evolutionary model suggests risk avoidance is a possible approach for long term survival

Posted by: AndrewDHigginson Posted Mon Feb 22 2021

The number of neighbours a baboon has determines their positioning in the troop

Posted by: AndrewDHigginson Posted Mon Feb 22 2021

Cleaner shrimp identify predatory client fish and change their behaviour accordingly

Posted by: AndrewDHigginson Posted Mon Feb 22 2021

Honest signalling allows the dental hygienists of the sea to get a snack, while avoiding becoming a snack

Posted by: AndrewDHigginson Posted Mon Feb 22 2021

Menopause evolved to avoid competition over resources with son’s mate

Posted by: AndrewDHigginson Posted Sat Aug 22 2020

Older children and children from wealthy schools are more generous in a dictator game

Posted by: ElenaZwirner Posted Tue Aug 04 2020

The ‘cooperative phenotype’: people that pay a cost to themselves to help a stranger, are likely to do so again and in different circumstances.

Posted by: ElenaZwirner Posted Sat Aug 01 2020

Animals change their behaviour to manage the risks of starvation and predation, and so the number of animals starving can either increase or decrease when the starvation risk increases

Posted by: AndrewDHigginson Posted Fri Jul 03 2020

Cooperation evolves readily if individuals can walk away from uncooperative partners

Posted by: AndrewDHigginson Posted Fri Jun 26 2020

keywords: predation

When predation risk increases animals may increase, decrease or not change their foraging behaviour depending on how their behaviour affects the risk

Posted by: AndrewDHigginson Posted Thu Jun 18 2020

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