in

How Animal Imprinting Works (animals.howstuffworks.com)

Ever wonder why some birds end up following a mother of another species? It has a lot to do with who (or what) is around when they hatch. So maybe keep your distance the next time you spot a nest.

Now you know one of the ways animals learn things without language!

Report

What do you think?

Active Contributor

Posted by Mike the Magnificent

I am excited to be on a website that will take user feedback about what is the most important story to heart. We need more positive and exciting news, these are the best days humanity has ever had!

Voteworthy ContentLink SharerImage PublisherChatterboxFounding Member
1 Comment
Most Voted
Newest Oldest
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
Lyndsie
Points: 558
Lyndsie (@speakofqueen)
2 months ago

So interesting. It also helps explain why some animals may imprint on humans so easily!

This Artist Draws Detailed Cityscapes Entirely From Memory (www.youtube.com)

Quirky biopic of inventor Nikola Tesla details his rivalry with Edison (www.straitstimes.com)