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Collaborative Research picked
up by Nature News
Our recent publication in Animal Behaviour - collaborative research with Bob Elwood, Gareth Arnott, Velizara Stoilova and Amy McDonnell - on mirror image stimulation in convict cichlid fish was featured in Nature News and The Scientist