"Many animals learn some of their behavior, such as avoiding humans and choosing the right habitat, from their parents. This learning is called 'cultural transmission of behavior.' Usually it's a good thing for the young," explains Dinets. "But in our rapidly changing world, this learning of 'traditional' behavior can make the young animals less adaptable, for example, if they have to survive in human-modified habitats with lots of human disturbance. Animals that learn to survive by themselves, without parental guidance, might do better in such places...".
El artículo en la revista The Condor, aquí.