Sound travels much farther than visual cues in the marine environment. As a result, many marine mammals rely on sound to gather information about their surroundings, search for prey, avoid predators, and communicate with others of their species. For walruses, vocalizations play an important role in communication and mating displays during the breeding season. As their…
The love lives of lone limpets may be lackluster, but limpets in pairs are luckier in love. A new study conducted by researchers at the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute and the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa revealed that lowly limpets have fascinating mating behavior!
Check out the latest research coming from the Animal Behavior Graduate Group at UC Davis!
Check out our newest newsroom piece, featuring Allison Lau and her recent publication on titi monkey vocal individuality!
Check out this week’s newsroom, featuring Maggie Creamer and her systematic review on strategies for managing cattle grazing!
Check out this week’s newsroom, featuring Karli Chudeau and her recent publication on how enrichment influences seal behavior and its importance for the reintroduction success of rehabilitated animals.
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Check out this week’s newsroom about Alex McInturf and her study on how sharks move around in the San Francisco Bay!
Our newest piece features Allison Lau, who investigates individuality in singing titi monkeys!
January 30, 2020 The Ethogram is pleased to announce that we have been named as one of this year’s recipients for the Animal Behavior Society Outreach Grant. These awards are generously provided to support creative, high-quality animal outreach behavior initiatives that promise to produce a big impact. We would like to thank the Animal Behavior…