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What are instincts?
a behavior that is passed from parents to offspring Instinct is the intuitive way of acting or thinking of a person or an animal. It is also defined as a typical fixed pattern of behavior of a person or an animal in response to stimuli.
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Instnct is the subconscious and intractable desire to live in company. There some animals who have particularly strong instinct to live in groups [herds]. Man seems… to have at least certain degree of herd instinct. This is because, if children are isolated from others show dissent, sadness and even physical signs of stress.
eating when hungry
Yes it sure is It is not learned
Genes are the basis of instinct.
An animal cannot be instinct. It can have instincts, or it can be extinct. The koala has numerous instincts, which are behaviours which help it survive. For example, a koala…'s natural instinct is to climb certain species of eucalyptus trees, from which it can obtain all its nutritional needs, as well as its shelter. The koala is not extinct. It is still found in varying numbers through Australia's eastern states.
Killer instinct. It takes over when your in pain, predicting to be in pain or suffering. It also takes over when you have to defend yourself. It was most active when our ances…ors were hungry and went out hunting. Nowadays,its not as common but surely is present. When a bulgar breaks into your house and you take him down, Its completely natural you loose your mind and keep hitting him even when you should be aware you can kill him. All that 'beating' is supposed to ensure your instincts that you are safe. Its like a split personality that most people don't control in order to stay safe. When instincts are calmed you may realise you have gone too far. Other examples of when killer instinct is active are; killing mosquitoes, hitting a pillow when your mad, playing shooting games and defending someone important. No matter how immoral 'killer instinct' idea looks, Its something that allowed us to survive thousands of years in the wild and even does now
sleepingeatingreproducingprotecting their youngkicking to protect themselvesrunning to escape predators(thats about it)
a instinctual adaption is what an animal does as a reaction
hunt for food
Hunting,or protecting its young from harm. Basically anything what has to do withstaying alive or helping its young stay alive.
One instinct a dog has is when they are born they know that they are good at chasing cats.
Eat, ruminate, breed, and flight or fight when the need arises. Cows will naturally run away from danger first before investigating because they are prey animals: flight i…s their key to survival if they can. If they must, they will turn and fight too if they feel they or their young are being threatened. Cows often will turn and choose fight before flight if they feel their calf is in danger.
Adjective complement with noun phrase * make: Simple menus, thoughtful controls, and a clear display make navigation instinctive. Modifies a noun * dislik…e: Some people seem to take an instinctive dislike to having attributes in an XML document whose content is 20 lines long. * mistrust: I suspect that some people who read his resignation statement and some of you reading this blog have an instinctive mistrust of Labor Students. * reaction: Luckily, we are capable of doing more than just being led around by our instinctive reaction. * sympathy: What they have in common is an instinctive sympathy for the characters. * hatred: Once again this demonstrates that any feeling of ' instinctive hatred ' come from within. * grasp: Tony Blair's instinctive grasp of these class interests underlies his zealous advocacy of US imperialism. Modifying Another Word * purely: Vibes once told me that how he read people was purely instinctive. * almost: The African people have an almost instinctive flair for music. * very: I have always worked in a very instinctive way. * not: Our emotions are not instinctive - we have to learn to feel. * merely: But the panic and the insecurity are merely instinctive and transient. * so: This toy is so instinctive and perfect for the age group. Used with adjective complement * become: Over the years this has become almost instinctive, knowing how film will respond to its various guises. * seem: It seems instinctive to make things simple rather than complicated.
relating to or prompted by instinct; apparently unconscious or automatic. "an instinctive distaste for conflict" (of a person) doing or being a specified thing app…arently naturally or automatically.