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Not only does the owl limpet care for its algae to encourage growth, but this
ambitious invertebrate also keeps other animals from encroaching on its territory.
Using a variety of brave behaviors the limpet "persuades" unwanted guests to
Explain why an animal's behavior is directly linked with stimuli received from its
environment. Great white sharks, in particular, have long been thought of as
vicious, stupid beasts — bent on attacking anything in their path. This reputation
This behavior is known as spy-hopping and may help them to navigate by giving
them a closer look at landmarks. Both orcas and gray whales are known to spy-
hop. A distinctive body movement that is an indication of a deep dive is sounding.
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