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Animals Social Behavior
Key Stages: ks 4, ks 5
Social Behavior and Dominance in Domestic Animals
An observation of adult pigs feeding and then a construction of a pecking (social dominance) order; discussion of the role of social hierarchy in domestic animals and how best to provide for and so protect animals of low social rank.
Where: On campus
When: On Request
How long: Half Day
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