Roger Abrantes, Ethologist, Ph.D., analyzes and discusses trendy videos and articles on animal behavior and learning. Hosted by Jessica Pacheco, CACE. With the participation of Michael McManus, CAAE, and guests. Special guest: Runar Ness.
This episode: canine maternal behavior, wolf/human interaction, the differences between aggressive and dominant behavior in ethology.
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An Ethologist Reacts, Season 1, Episode 1
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In ethology, is dominant and aggressive behavior the same?CorrectIncorrect
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Are wolves, Canis lupus lupus, and domestic dogs, Canis lupus familiars, related?CorrectIncorrect
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How do ethologists classify the apparently hostile canine maternal behavior toward her pups at the time of weaning?CorrectIncorrect