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ūü¶ÖDEVELOPING THE FEAR RESPONSE


The fear response is developed after the chick has imprinted on its parents and siblings. Every object known by the chick will be considered familiar, in the same way all objects unknown will be considered as threats. This behavior occurs, according to Fox, before feathers begin to show. The responses will vary according to sex, as females tending to be sullen and crouch, and males more active and vociferous. Fox tells us that he has already been attacked by nestlings about ten days old, while checking nests of wild New Zealand falcons.


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