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Animal Behavior

Behavior Basics

What is sociobiology?

Sociobiology—considered by some as a subdiscipline of behavioral ecology (see below for more about behavioral ecology)—is the study of the social organization of a species. Sociobiology attempts to develop rules that explain the evolution of certain social systems.



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