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'''Longitudinal studies of animals''' (or long term animal studies) are an important source of information in [[ethology]] helping to illuminate the development of behavior and its changes through time, for example in response to [[seasonal changes]] and [[environmental factors]]
 
'''Longitudinal studies of animals''' (or long term animal studies) are an important source of information in [[ethology]] helping to illuminate the development of behavior and its changes through time, for example in response to [[seasonal changes]] and [[environmental factors]]

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This article deals with Longitudinal studies of animals. See Longitudinal studies for human populations

Longitudinal studies of animals (or long term animal studies) are an important source of information in ethology helping to illuminate the development of behavior and its changes through time, for example in response to seasonal changes and environmental factors


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