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1. Male giraffes use their necks as weapons in combat, a behaviour known as "necking".

2. Before going on long dives, many whales exhibit a behaviour known as sounding;

3. Before going on long dives, many toothed whales exhibit a behaviour known as sounding;

4. Such a behaviour has usually resulted in repeated jail sentences of several weeks.

5. In psychology, mirroring is a behaviour in which one person copies another person.

6. Crabs typically walk sideways (a behaviour that gives us the word crabwise).

7. There are two main methods to assessing Type A behaviour.

8. Sometimes, the definition of a behaviour in an ethogram may have arbitrary components.

9. They have a behaviour of climbing up low, slanting trunks and sliding down headfirst.

10. Carr continued to work in Education in local schools as a behaviour support consultant.

11. More than 200 species of song birds wipe ants, a behaviour known as anting.

12. Responsible tourism is regarded as a behaviour.

13. This is a series of actions which are part of a behaviour known as rooting.

14. [...] Therefore, liberalism is a behaviour, and so, it is much more than politics".

15. However the Zamindar asked for Vallalar's pardon for such a behaviour in his thought.

16. This is a behaviour previously observed with children of survivors of the Holocaust.

17. Workers perform a behaviour known as "front leg boxing";

18. This is a behaviour that is rarely seen in other scale eating fish.

19. Thus, petal-carrying might be a behaviour that strengthens the pair-bond.

20. Pairs also preen each other, a behaviour known as allopreening.

21. Play in cats is a behaviour that first emerges in kittens.

22. In 2018, he was promoted within the school and is now a Behaviour Mentor.

23. Male giraffes use their necks as weapons in combat, a behaviour known as "necking".

24. Larval hemolymph feeding is a behaviour trait found in the queens of some species of ant.

25. Cannibalism in birds of captivity is a behaviour often linked to feather pecking.

26. Some authors separate out short- and long-term benefits and risks of a behaviour.

27. Bunting as a behaviour can be viewed as a variation of scent rubbing.

28. In young dogs, urination can be a behaviour associated with submission.

29. Generally, harassment is a behaviour that persists over time.

30. IIA is a behaviour systematically organised for pathogen elimination.