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  • The Evolution of Lateralization in Group Hunting Sailfish. 

    Kurvers, RHJM; Krause, S; Viblanc, PE; Herbert-Read, JE; Zaslansky, P; Domenici, P; Marras, S; Steffensen, JF; Svendsen, MBS; Wilson, ADM; Couillaud, P; Boswell, KM; Krause, J (England, 2017-02-20)
    Lateralization is widespread throughout the animal kingdom [1-7] and can increase task efficiency via shortening reaction times and saving on neural tissue [8-16]. However, lateralization might be costly because it increases ...
  • Proto-cooperation: group hunting sailfish improve hunting success by alternating attacks on grouping prey. 

    Herbert-Read, JE; Romanczuk, P; Krause, S; Strömbom, D; Couillaud, P; Domenici, P; Kurvers, RHJM; Marras, S; Steffensen, JF; Wilson, ADM; Krause, J (England, 2016-11-16)
    We present evidence of a novel form of group hunting. Individual sailfish (Istiophorus platypterus) alternate attacks with other group members on their schooling prey (Sardinella aurita). While only 24% of attacks result ...

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