Schooling Fish Under Attack Are Not All Equal: Some Lead, Others Follow

Marras, Stefano; Domenici, Paolo;
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  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0065784
  • Subject: Earth and Environmental Sciences | Biological Sciences | ecology | Behavioral ecology | Coastal ecology | Ecophysiology | Marine ecology | Marine biology | Zoology | Animal behavior | Animal physiology | Ichthyology | marine and aquatic sciences

<div><p>Animal groups such as fish schools, bird flocks and insect swarms appear to move so synchronously that they have long been considered egalitarian, leaderless units. In schooling fish, video observations of their spatial-temporal organization have, however, shown... View more
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