New Journal of Zoology Podcast

31 07 2012

The summer 2012 episode of the Journal of Zoology podcast is now online and you can listen to it here.

In this episode, Lauryn Benedict tells us what the structure of a bird song can reveal about the species’ evolutionary history, we hear from Orsolya Molnar how the blue nuptial throat patch of European green lizards signals male quality, we find out about the significance of core areas in the home ranges of spider monkeys from Norber Asensio, and Norman Owen-Smith talks about how grazing ungulates can co-exist in the African savannah.

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by Elina Rantanen

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