New Journal of Zoology Podcast

The spring 2013 episode of the Journal of Zoology Podcast is now online and you can listen to it here.

In this episode, Shannon Barber-Meyer tells us about tiger occupancy surveys and how they are used in tiger conservation, we learn from Megan Strauss how lion predation on giraffes can be studied by surveying for claw marks on live giraffes, we hear from Noriko Iwai about a Japanese ‘sumo-wrestling’ frog that use spines projecting from their hands in combat and mating, and Kate Umbers talks about the production and the functions of blue colouration in the animal world.

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By Elina Rantanen

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