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Crayfish, warming up for a fight!

Do you remember this study (also see it here, here, here) we did a few years ago?

Well, I just got my hands on some pictures from the time we did it – just individual animals, not pairs as they fought (we had to pay attention to score behaviors, not waste time on taking pictures):

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Comments

  1. #1 kevin z
    July 31, 2008

    I’m hungry now!!

  2. #2 Rick MacPherson
    July 31, 2008

    bora…

    GREAT inquiry-based activity and blog commentary that would be PERFECT for middle-high school science students… this is precisely the sort of curriculum tie-in to blog content that we heard science teachers begging for a few weeks ago at the national marine educators association conference…

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