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Why do more than 100 gather off Western Australia every year? A Flinders University researcher has finally fathomed why large numbers of killer whales gather at […]
An international team of scientists from Flinders University and Sweden are ‘doing the brain warp’ in a bid to understand the evolution of a very ‘brainy’ fish species.
He has rewritten the history of evolution and is the author of 27 popular and academic science books – now, Professor John Long is at Flinders.