Similar to many animals, the wildebeest migrate annually. Millions migrate through East Africa in a very long trek in search for food.
The herring gull chick pecks the red dot on the parent's mouth, triggering the response of the parent to spit up food to feed to its young. Unless the chick pecks at the dot, the parent will most likely not spit up any food for its offspring. This fixed action pattern trains the chicks to peck the red dot if they want food.
During youth, the zebra finches learn to find a desirable mate by using the parent as a model for their mate.
This video displays one of many animal courtship behaviors. As many as two dozen male grouses gather together to perform a courtship dance for the female who then choose to mate with the male who performed the best