In a pack hunt, it’s every goatfish for itself

These fish hunt selfishly with a touch of accidental helpfulness


SEL-FISH Pure self-interest could explain the smoothly coordinated moves and effective collaboration in hunting packs of yellow saddle goatfish.

M. Steinegger

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