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Use of a neural network with supervised learning to simulate the feeding response behaviour of a Largemouth Bass .
Figure #1a: Largemouth Bass Sensory Locations Figure #1b: Bass Receiving Sensory Data from a Potential Prey Classification Neural Networks Figure #2: A Simplistic 1 Node Neuron Basic Algorithm Figure #3a ... FIGURE #1a: Largemouth Bass Sensory Locations FIGURE 1b. Bass Receiving Sensory Data from a Potential Prey While determination of these characteristics would seem simply to be conditional, a bassí ...
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Preliminary study of the behavior and ecology of Jackson's chameleons of Maui, Hawaii
Initially the motion of prey was detected with one of the turret-like eyes that constantly searched the environment; each eye rotated independently of the other. When potential prey was located by one of the eyes, the head and forequarters of the chameleon turned and oriented toward the prey; at this time the second eye also oriented on the prey and ...
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The Pelagic Shark Research Foundation - In the News
The same calculation, he argues, may factor into the white's rejection of other potential prey. "We sometimes find sea otters floating dead with white teeth fragments stuck in their flesh ... hunt independently, tracking data revealed another kind of social behavior: one shark may approach the prey of another but then quickly leave. During his previous research at the Farallon Islands, Klimley ...
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A Shark's Sixth Sense
Like other sharks, white-tipped reef sharks in the ...
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The Canadian Peregrine Foundation -- Raptor Photo Gallery
North America. Upon returning, they may begin to search for potential territories, but usually will not breed until they are at least three years old. Territory ...
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Florida Museum of Natural History Ichthyology Department
(Percidae) and sticklebacks (Gasterosteus), may use color to attract and recognize potential mates. Rainbow darter, family Percidae © Noel Burkhead Coosa darter, family Percidae © Noel Burkhead ... use weak electric fields for navigation, prey location, and communication. Additionally these eels and can produce strong electric fields to stun potential prey. The strength of the "shock" is ...
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Florida Museum of Natural History Ichthyology Department
(Heniochus acuminatus) to the aquarium. These fish prey on the flatworms and significantly control their numbers. Importance to Humans Photo courtesy Shedd Aquarium ... sawfishes, harmless to humans if left undisturbed. Humans are too large to be viewed as potential prey. Care must be taken when handling or approaching a sawfish of any size, as they ...
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Do-It-Yourself Tours for School Groups
These are but a few of the surprises awaiting students as they unravel fossil secrets ...
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Tigers -- hunting, prey and captive feeding.
The photographs on this page show how ... so popular, but which significantly reduces the tiger's ability to conceal itself from potential prey. Hunting & Feeding - Page 1: Concealment | 2&3: Technique | 4: Failures | 5: The Lethal Bite | | ...
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The National Birds of Prey Centre - 2005
Centre each year. MISSION STATEMENT The National Birds of Prey Centre seeks to deliver conservation of birds of prey through captive breeding, rescue and rehabilitation, and research. Captive Breeding: ... courses are run at the Centre which are specifically designed for the serious minded and potential bird owner. These are the Five Day Falconry Course, and the Police Wildlife Liason Course ...
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