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Nicholas Careyjoined in Jan 13, 2021
Postdoctoral Researcher at Hopkins Marine Station, Stanford University.
Carey has 1 break published.
Sneaking Giants: how humpback whales avoid scattering their fish prey
Small prey animals are generally much slower than the predators attacking them, but have a distinct advantage that can help them escape: maneuverability. When a prey observes a predator approaching, the change in the predator's visual profile gives it a good idea of the size... click to read more
- Nicholas Carey | Postdoctoral Researcher at Hopkins Marine Station, Stanford University
- Dave Cade | Postdoctoral Researcher at Hopkins Marine Station, Stanford University
Reading time 3.5 min
published on Jan 13, 2021
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