Tuesday, 9 September 2014

Coral trout pick their collaborators carefully

September 8, 2014

Cell Press

Coral trout not only work with moray eels to improve their chances of a meal, but they can also be choosy when it comes to picking the best moray partner. The findings show that such sophisticated collaborative abilities are not limited to apes and humans. The fish's behavior is remarkable in other ways too, the researchers say.

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