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Animal Behavior Links:

Game theory
Threat displays
Optimal foraging
Sexual selection



Links: Miscellaneous and special topics

Carl T. Bergstrom, Department of Zoology, University of Washington
tutorial: "An Introduction to the Theory of Honest Signaling"
preprint: "Signaling theory in animal behavior"
Links to many articles and abstracts, in html.

The Ant Lion Pit, Mark Swanson.
Lots of interesting info, including video clips of antlion behavior

PBS's program "Nature" page on "Inside the Animal Mind"
"Are animals intelligent? Do animals have emotions? Animal Consciousness. Resources."

"The Why Files: Science behind the news" (University of Wisconsin)
A feature on monarch migration, 14 pages.

A guide to animal sounds on the web. Huge.

"Fauna Communications Research Institute is a non-profit (501- C3) institute dedicated to the study of animal communication, especially those animals that are endangered in the wild."
Bioacoustics and animal communication.

Artificial Life in Computer Graphics: "Herds, Flocks, and Schools, Worms and Snakes, Fish, Humans..."

University of Bristol Bat Ecology and Bioacoustics Lab

Avian Visual Cognition, a cyberbook, edited and published by Dr. Robert G. Cook, Department of Psychology, Tufts University.
"Avian Visual Cognition provides a comprehensive and systematic survey of one area of modern comparative research and represents the first multimedia cyberbook about animal cognition available in an electronic format."

"Exploring the Animal Mind is a collection of Windows-based (Windows 98 or 95) software modules for teaching basic principles and advanced theories in animal cognition and behavior." Also by Cook at Tufts.

See the world through the eyes of a bee. From the Centre for Visual Sciences at the Australian National University.

Cornell University, Bioacoustics Research Program
"The Bioacoustics Research Program (BRP) develops and applies new techniques for recording and analyzing animal sounds."
Research on whales, birds, elephants, sound recording hardware, sound analysis software; lots and lots of additional content.

Cornell Lab of Ornithology; a big, rich site.

Several at University of Bristol:
Ecology of Vision group
Vision and color content page
"Why do birds get divorced?" (short article)
Animal Behaviour and Welfare Group

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