Why numbers are not enough: evaluating tiger survival through a genetic lens
Uma Rmakrishnan

Why numbers are not enough: evaluating tiger survival through a genetic lens […]

Greg Grether

As a student of animal behavior, I am curious why some species are aggressive to other species, and I want to understand the evolutionary consequences of such aggression. The Nobel Prize winning ethologist, Konrad Lorenz, suggested in 1962 that interspecific aggression might help explain the spectacularly diverse coloration of coral reef fishes. [ read more]

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