Data from: Innate ability of goats to sense and avoid ingestion of noxious insects while feeding

Berman T, Messeri N, Glasser T, Inbar M

Date Published: January 11, 2019

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.v3539d2

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Title Supplementary movie 1
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Description A naive kid presented with a choice between control (left bowl) and webworm leaves (right bowl). The kid began feeding from the webworm leaves (first bite) yet, proceeded to feed from the control leaves. Once the control leaves were completely consumed, the kid fed on the webworm leaves while efficiently avoiding webworm ingestion. Video speed increased by ×5.
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Title Supplementary movie 2
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Description Probing behaviour while feeding on leaves with webworms (right bowl). By repeatedly touching the leaves with its muzzle (probing), the kid was able to pick webworm-free leaves. Video speed increased by ×5.
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Title Supplementary movie 3
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Description A feeding kid (not naïve) avoiding the ingestion of numerous webworms (non-choice trial). All six webworms remain intact. Video speed increased by ×5.
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Title Non-choice experiment- webworms (kid #2609)
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Description An example of a non-choice experiment- we presented a kid with one bowl at a time (control or webworm leaves) in randomized order. This bowl contains leaves with webworms.
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Title Non-choice experiment-no webworms (kid #2609)
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Description An example of a non-choice experiment- we presented a kid with one bowl at a time (control or webworm leaves) in randomized order. This bowl contains leaves without webworms.
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Title Dual-choice experiment- Trial 1 (kid #2639)
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Description We presented naive kids with a choice between two bowls (in randomized order) containing leaves alone and leaves with three webworms. We repeated this experiment over three consecutive days, in order to examine whether the kids learn to avoid webworms and feed more efficiently with experience. This video shows trial number 1.
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Title Dual-choice experiment- Trial 2 (kid #2639)
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Description We presented naive kids with a choice between two bowls (in randomized order) containing leaves alone and leaves with three webworms. We repeated this experiment over three consecutive days, in order to examine whether the kids learn to avoid webworms and feed more efficiently with experience. This video shows trial number 2.
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Title Dual-choice experiment- Trial 3 (kid #2639)
Description We presented naive kids with a choice between two bowls (in randomized order) containing leaves alone and leaves with three webworms. We repeated this experiment over three consecutive days, in order to examine whether the kids learn to avoid webworms and feed more efficiently with experience. This video shows trial number 3.
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