Tag Archives: predators

  • Joshua Brower, M.Sc. Candidate in Ecology

    Posted on May 7, 2013 by admin in Featured research.

      Scary predators stress small fish Stress is a part of everyday life, even for animals.  Everyone has experienced how stress can affect our mood, appetite, and interactions with others.  Animals have similar reactions when stressed and experience many stressful events ranging from extreme temperature to antagonistic encounters with other animals.  Stressful disturbances may cause […]

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  • Renee Dolecal, M.S. candidate in Ecology

    Posted on October 30, 2012 by admin in Featured research.

      Many marine predators are dependent on their sense of smell to find their food. However, this can prove to be quite challenging if the animals they are preying upon are particularly good at hiding their stench. Prey do not want to be found and eaten and go to great lengths to hide their smell. […]

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