Actually, there are evolutionary reasons for racism, and they are not even a little human-exclusive.
@Simetricwl , to that I ask would a Bengal tiger be racist toward a Siberian tiger? Just asking cause I'm curious now
@ManicAntics, it's less racism and more prejudice to be honest. We like to stay in groups, and we kn ow our group is supposed to be like us. A Bengal and Siberian tiger would be the same way. They probably wouldn't start fighting right there (not sure about aggression patterns in these animals), but they would definitely avoid each other. If they stayed in close proximity to each other, and one was superior, the inferior would learn to steer clear, and the superior would learn that he can saunter around as he pleases.
@Simetricwl , what about polar and black brown or grizzly bears? I know they're meant to be away from each other but they've mated.
@Simetricwl , thanks for clearing that up. I like random facts
@ManicAntics, not that what you said was random
@HellboyPerlman, all animals are different. Sometimes it depends on the animal themselves as well, how curious they are and how interactive they are. The thing about humans is that we are complete group and pack animals, arguably the most social animals, when you think before technology and all. A bear is an individual, so they may not care quite as much as we do, or an ant of some kind.
@Simetricwl , so 2 types of nearly identical ants know they're different but would they mate with the different queen?
@Simetricwl , yes and no. While two species would avoid each other (especially large animals like those) they would also avoid other's territories that are of the same species. So there wouldn't be two Bengal tigers living in close proximity to each other, and if there were two of the same species of large predators in the same area then one would be dominant
@Tipathearrow, i agree, but all's fair in a good question.
@HellboyPerlman, I really don't know, but I would have to say probably not. Ants are aggressive to other ants. Tipathearrow is correct in his comment though, two animals have territories and will stay in them. Queens also, to my knowledge, dont leave the hill, so they won't ever have the chance to mate with each other. Unless another group of ants are invading (entirely possible, happens a lot), the queen will never see other ants. In the invading scenario, the queen or the soldiers won't exactly be worried about breeding.
Look at that black cat viscously assaulting that innocent white cat
@BigJohnson86, quick, call Fox News.
Kill it like the rest
@Donald Drumpf, "No. it's just a human. "
"Oh. Kill it like the rest."
@Weird Porn Stash, "He left as soon as you gave him the power boost."
I read somewhere that owls and crows instinctively hate each other and attack on sight. I guess that doesn't exactly apply here since they're different species, but interesting (if true) nonetheless
It doesn't count if you're literally color blind.
@Kdiggle, well, they aren't, so yeah
@Scottles, well damn..you got me there. I'm a big enough person to admit when I'm wrong.
That bird is colored
Those are lady lovebirds.