When Covid-19 happened, collective behavioral changes were taken in order to curb the spread of the virus by the human race. Do things like these happen in other animals as well? Like isolating a person who gets sick and such.
Are there any examples of social animals which show collective behavioral change in response to disease?
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3$\begingroup$ Interesting question. Here we are expected to show the results of our own investigations into a subject here, you can edit to tell us what your searches found and where the sticking points are. $\endgroup$– Jiminy Cricket.Jul 18, 2022 at 1:32
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