Innate Behavior?

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Innate behaviour refers to those behaviours that are instinctive to the organism usually for survival. Such behaviour cannot be learned from the environment. For instance, the stimulus to eat when hungry is innate to all living organisms.
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Innate behavior is genertically programmed. Individuals inherit a suite of behaviors, just as they inherit physical traits such as body color.
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