An innate behaviour for a monkey would be calling for its mother when its hungry or running away when they see a predator. This is something they do not have to be taught but somehow already know how to do it.
All animals have innate behavior. Whatever they just do because of what they are would be innate behavior.
Spiders spinning a web would be an example of an innate behavior for spiders.
The springtime birth of kits would be an innate behavior, as is copulation and swimming.
a turtle innate behavior is something that it leard wean it was born so it would be like how to hunt for food .
innate behavior means something that you were born with example: no one showed you how to move your hands, you just did it.
a tigers innate behavior is its ability to walk
Yes they do; all living things have innate behavior.
It is completely a innate behavior, that's like asking if we walking is innate or learned
Yes, cows and horses have innate and learned behavior.
Most human behavior is learned rather than innate, however, you might say that eating when you are hungry is a type of innate behavior. Even newborn babies will do that.
a typical example of an innate behavior is the spa-wing instinct in salmons and another is the altruistic behavior in social animals
Innate behavior is known from birth, for example breathing or blinking for humans. We do not need to be taught this behavior. However, learned behaviors are taught and would not otherwise be built upon/perfected alone, like formulating sentences.
Innate behavior is your natural behavior that was developed by yourself through years of life. Accordingly, innate behavior is useful to yourself and your health as you don't need to falsify a new artificial behavior which could be a burden on your health and/or your psychology.
Courtship is an innate. Innate behavior is behavior determined by the "hard-wiring" of the nervous system.
Migration is an innate behavior.
No, it is innate.
Innate from the looks of it many creatures play kittens pups to mention but a couple. there is no reason to think that it would be different for humans.
they have both innate and learned behavior.
Instinct. It's also called 'Innate Behavior'