Ep 67. Sharks, magnets and paternity leave with Vincent Raoult

Sharks are cool! Thats about all there is to it. Gone are the days of viewing sharks as ¬†bloodthirsty killers, we’re now all on board with the fact that they are an incredibly diverse group of animals with amazing biology. Vincent Raoult from the University of Newcastle studies the biology of sharks and is looking at ways we can improve fisheries practices to work more … Continue reading Ep 67. Sharks, magnets and paternity leave with Vincent Raoult

Ep 63. Marine biology, coral reefs and tiny fishes with Chris Goatley

What do animals do? It may sound like a very simple question but for many biologists it can be very hard to answer. For marine biologist Chris Goatley studying small, elusive cryptobenthic fish, understanding what they get up to is both an incredible challenge and adventure. Teeny tiny fish make up a huge amount of biomass in coral reefs across the globe and we actually … Continue reading Ep 63. Marine biology, coral reefs and tiny fishes with Chris Goatley