Why are fish territorial?

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In ethology, territory is the sociographical area that an animal of a particular species consistently defends against conspecifics (or, occasionally ...
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Are Bass Territorial ... Some fish stayed in their areas while some were prone to move ... when and why bass are different in there territorial ways.
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Territorial animals actively defend the area ... floor and are fiercely territorial. White damsel fish have their own ... explains why tawny owls ...
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Costs & benefits of territorial defense. Defending a territory requires time & energy and may, ... Population density & territorial behavior. In 1934, ...
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Neon Tetra - Schooling Fish or Territorial? Ask a Question. 6 years y ago #1. Finagan311. Fresh Member. Blogs: 0. Forum: 1. Votes: 0.
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A guide to betta behavior and why female and male beta fish act the way they do.
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