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The golden-winged sunbird of East Africa has a medium territory size that depends on the number of flowers it can obtain.
The acinonyx jubatus can have extensive territories.
A male is marking part of his territory in the southern Serengeti.
Smaller ants that are less susceptible to fly attack defend 40 km2 of relatively large territories in the day.
In these cases, the leafcutters' ries were set up to defend areas for breeding and are often thrown into disarray.
There were ants around the nest.
Male sea lions defend small areas of rising on their hind legs to snap at flies which are on the extended beach.
The preferred areas contain the largest number of females light.
The largest breeding bulls control the activity.
The size of the ter is influenced by the threat of some birds, such as gannets, and by how of natural enemies.
Give examples of how animals communicate with each other and how territory owners tend to increase their territory size.
Larger territories may provide more resources but may not have the same effect as smaller ones.
The benefit of maintaining a territory and compared to nication plays little role in the signals of nocturnal animals.
The energy costs of activities such as perching, flying, and fighting for animals in dense forests are important.
Defending the territory made other sunbirds think twice.
The amount to mark the large territories of some mammals is increased by the use of scent because it did not take the nectar from the flowers.
In defending a territory, the sunbird gained will look at the various types of communication.
There are tory, visual, and tactile things that occur among animals.
The nondominant male is driven away by this sound.
The chemical marking of territories is common among animals and can be used to mate with the strongest male.
The bats listen for the calls.
Social insects use scent trails to get workers to find their prey.
Parasitic flies help bring prey to the nest.
Many ants are needed to drag the prey back to the nest.
The scent trail from the prey back is laid down by the scout that finds it.
Lower-pitched sounds come from larger males so that they can call to the prey.
The scent marker is very volatile, and the trail effectively one another, males can gauge the size of their opponents and decide to disappear in a few minutes to avoid mass confusion over old trails.
Chemicals are used to attract mates.
In courting, animals use a lot of visual signals to identify workers, which means that she is the only reproductive female in the group.
There is a competition among males.
Men display light flashes that are specific to their species.
Females respond to sound waves with a flash of their own.
Birds and insects perch on branches or leaves when singing.
Female fireflies use mimicry to their advan, which is 14 times less turbulent at dawn and dusk.
Song transmission and visual signals are used to resolve disputes.
Deer and antelope have horns that they use to dis thopper insects, which create species play and spar over territory and females.
The males gauge their opponent's and are picked up by nearby females of the same species in most of these matches.
The "horns" of rhinoceros beetles and the eye stems of females are some of the things that females use to attract the attention of males.
Light flashes from the underside of the abdomen are used to communicate between fireflies.
The horns of hercules beetles show the strength of their owners.
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