The role of fishes as food: A functional perspective on predator-prey interactions

Mihalitsis, Michalis; Hemingson, Christopher; Goatley, Christopher; Bellwood, David Every animal dies. For fishes on coral reefs, the smaller you are, the more likely this is to happen. Small fish fit easily in the mouth of a bigger fish. However, fishes have many defence strategies against predators. Some relate to how the fish is shaped, while others are behavioural. For example, some fishes have evolved deeper … Continue reading The role of fishes as food: A functional perspective on predator-prey interactions