This shows an example of foraging habits. Tigers are solitary animals, they like to hunt alone and during night in dense places. After eating their meal, tigers try to hide the remains so it may not benefit other animals. Tigers are alone hunters who forage for there meal alone. They are solitary foragers.
This shows an example of problem solving from predators. The lizard contracts its eye muscles to stop the blood flow to its brain which causes the eye socket to swell and rupture. When the lizard feels intimidated by other predators it shoots out nasty tasting blood up to 5 feet eventually scaring away the predator.
This shows an example of fixed action behavior, a response to a sign stimulus. When a female greylag goose's egg rolls out of her nests, she will use her bill to push the egg back into the nest. The sight of an egg outside of the nest triggers the goose to retrieve the egg (retrieval behavior).
This is an example of a courtship behavior. The male Adelie penguin will gift the female with a pebble to show his interest in her. The pebble symbolizes his affection towards her. The pebble is a valuable gift for the male penguins to give away when many are fighting to defend there pebbles from being taken.