Author Archives: jbrunnschweiler
Another dataset from Fiji analyzed: Long-term changes in species composition and relative abundances of sharks at a provisioning site. See also Mike’s blog for more on this. Advertisements
I’m happy to share this with you: Opportunistic visitors: long-term behavioural response of bull sharks to food provisioning in Fiji. See also Mike’s blog for more on this.
Here’s a must read Editorial from the New York Times. And for those interested in the details read this.
In 2011 we published a paper in Fisheries Research reporting stomach eversion in a line-caught Shortfin Mako. A few days ago, an amateur naturalist posted footage of this rather spectacular behaviour on YouTube. Filmed with a Go Pro, this time … Continue reading
This is most exciting bull shark stuff: Christine Testerman from Mahmood‘s lab in Florida has presented the results of her genetic work at the recent meeting of the American Elasmobranch Society in Vancouver, Canada. You can find a copy of … Continue reading
See Correspondence in this week’s issue of Nature. Certainly something one must start thinking about!