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    Animal Behavior-Group Selection

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    This is an overview of group selection and a specific type of behavior involved, kin selection. This explains what kin selection is and gives a couple of examples of organisms that practice this type of behavior. Included are leading questions that would help you to give a complete explanation of this behavior and lead to a better understanding of this type of animal behavior.

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    Kin selection is an altruistic behavior that evolved to help the group. This means that an organism puts itself at risk for the greater good. Examples of animals ...

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    Some examples of kin selection and questions to help you if you are working on a paper.

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