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Why Do Gull Chicks Peck at Visually Contrasting Spots? A Suggestion Concerning Social Learning of Food-Discrimination

Jack P. Hailman
The American Naturalist
Vol. 95, No. 883 (Jul. - Aug., 1961), pp. 245-247
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/2458935
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Topics: Pecking order, Food, Chicks, Observational learning
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