Events : 2016 12 Sept to 25 Nov: Online Short Course in Animal Behaviour

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2016 12 Sept to 25 Nov: Online Short Course in Animal Behaviour

12/9/2016 - 25/11/2016

Online Short Course - Animal Behaviour: An Introduction

Next course runs from 12 September to­ 25 November 2016
Why do animals behave the way they do?
The study of animal behaviour is not only shedding light on the range of fascinating behaviours found in nature, but it also increases our understanding of our animal companions and ultimately of ourselves. In this 10-week online course, you will learn about a wide range of behaviours from foraging to animal intelligence, while at the same time getting a comprehensive introduction to evolutionary thinking. The tutor-led interactive course uses examples from a broad range of animal groups including, web-building in spiders, social behaviours in ants, learning in dogs and tool use in birds and mammals.
In this course we will look at the full range of behaviours found in the animal kingdom from simple escape behaviours to complex tool use and their evolution. Please see our website for details.
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