What Is a Behavioral Trait?

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A behavioural trait is an enduring characteristic that distinguishes one organism from another. In many cases, it is the mannerism an organism exhibits automatically in response to a certain stimuli. Some animals, for example squirrels scamper into a hiding place when threatened while others like wolves remain assertive.
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