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  1. #1 Ethology matural selection, individual learning and social learning question 
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    Imagine that you are out in a forest, and you observe that squirrels there appear to cache their food only in the vicinity of certain species of of plants. Construct a hypothesis for how this behavior may have been the product of (a) Natural Selection (b) individual learning and (c) social learning

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    This appears to be homework. Members will be very happy to critique your efforts, or to guide you towards a quality answer, but they will not do your work for you.

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