AN OVERVIEW OF ANIMAL BEHAVIORAL ADAPTIVE FRIGHTENING SYSTEM
Abstract: Animal for a long time has been categorized either as wild or domestic. The wild animals are confined to zoo most of the time in civilized countries when captured while some uncivilized countries substitute the captured wild animals for meat. To some extent the wild animals do not intrude the restricted areas. By instinct, they maintain their territories. But the domesticated animals play the reverse as they are let loose under the free-range system where they are allowed to go from
... llowed to go from one place to another without control, and these animals, sooner or later become habituated to most of the frightening devices, techniques, and methods put in place to scare them because of inadaptability of the frightening devices to the behavioral changes exhibited by the animals. This has been a great challenge to animal detection and recognition system developmental efforts. Having studied previous works on animal behavior and frightening system, it is the objective of this paper to present an overview of adaptive frightening system as reliable frightening method to the behavioral changes exhibited by animal, having motivated by the limitations of the past efforts and opportunity to improve on the existing frightening methods. It was discovered that most works are left as future work due to the fact that adaptive frightening device is species specific making it difficult for the adaptive frightening device to adapt to the behavioral changes exhibited by the unspecified species as it is not easy to design one-fit-all animal behavioral adaptive frightening system.