How fishes try to avoid predators

Abstract

Fishes are delicious. At least herons, kingfishers, mergansers, and all marine birds seem to think so. Marine mammals seem to think so. Minks and bears seem to think so. The big fishes themselves concur. As a taxonomic group, fishes face one of the most diverse arrays of predators imaginable. Threat comes from below and from above, during the day and at… (More)

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@inproceedings{Reebs2008HowFT, title={How fishes try to avoid predators}, author={St{\'e}phan G. Reebs}, year={2008} }