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The male emperor penguins follow a fixed action pattern when it comes to caring for their eggs that they must keep warm for the entirety of the time that the female penguin is gone.
This is an example of mating because the Superb Lyrebird can imitate even the most complex of sounds to attract mates.
This is an example of foraging because with a quick snap of its claw, a pistol shrimp stuns prey with a "bubble bullet" that travels as fast as a car.
This is an example of a fixed action pattern because the cicadas are growing underground for 13 to 17 years before they emerge from the soil to mate, lay eggs, and continue the cycle.