New Journal of Zoology Podcast

28 11 2012

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

In this episode, we learn from Thomas Hossie how prey adjust their anti-predator defences to variable levels of predation risk, Elodie Briefer talks about whether vocalisations could be used as indicators of animal emotions, we’ll hear about tracking leopards by GPS for modelling their predation behaviour from Ross Pitman, and Lisa Filippi tells us about a bug that calls its offspring to feed.

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by Elina Rantanen

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