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The Deep Scattering Layer – Earth’s Largest Migration

The study of animal movement has intrigued ecologists and animal enthusiasts throughout the centuries. Across the entire animal kingdom, movement plays a pivotal role in many aspects of life. Dispersal, migration, and foraging movements are just some examples of movement… Continue Reading →

A Festive Migration – Christmas Island Crabs Block the Roads

With the first rainfall of the wet season, typically in October or November, Christmas Island red crabs begin their great migration towards the ocean to mate and spawn. The precise timing of the migration that allows the simultaneous migration of… Continue Reading →

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