What fish ears can tell us about sex, surveillance and sustainability

15 junio 2015

Scientists have found a way to pry into the private lives of fish — by looking in their ears. By studying ear stones in fish, which act as tiny data recorders, scientists can now reveal migration patterns and even provide insights into their sex life.
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