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  •  在英中国大使館、優秀な私費留学生に奨学金を授与
    2018年04月19日
    在英中国大使館、優秀な私費留学生に奨学金を授与

    19日、ロンドンで行われた奨学金授与式で、奨学生を代表して挨拶するエクセター大学博士課程の李晨璇さん。在英中国大使館教育処は19日、2017年度「国家優秀自費留学生奨学金」授与式を行った。式には奨学生や指導教員、審査員、学校代表者など60人あまりが参加した。(ロンドン=新華社記者/韓岩)=2018(平成30)年4月19日、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2018042300605

  •  Scientists Hear Sound Of Success After Restoring Indonesian Coral Reefs
    2018年08月30日
    Scientists Hear Sound Of Success After Restoring Indonesian Coral Reefs

    August 30, 2018: VIDEO AVAILABLE: CONTACT INFO@COVERMG.COM..Whoops, croaks, and growls have been hailed by scientists as proof a coral reef restoration project in Indonesia has been a roaring success..Thousands of square metres of coral are being grown on previously destroyed reefs in islands in central Indonesia, but previously it was unclear whether these new corals would revive the entire reef ecosystem. .Now a new study, led by researchers from the University of Exeter and the University of Bristol in England, has found them in a heathy state - complete with their own never before recorded soundscape..These video and images show the process of restoring the reef from a degraded state, and the growth of the coral habitat over three years. As well as audio recordings to assess life on the reef....‘‘Restoration projects can be successful at growing coral, but thatââ¬â¢s only part of the ecosystem,‘‘ said lead author Dr Tim Lamont, of the University of Exeter and the Mars Coral Reef Restoration Project, w...

    商品コード: 2021121210776

  •  Scientists Hear Sound Of Success After Restoring Indonesian Coral Reefs
    2018年09月05日
    Scientists Hear Sound Of Success After Restoring Indonesian Coral Reefs

    September 5, 2018: VIDEO AVAILABLE: CONTACT INFO@COVERMG.COM..Whoops, croaks, and growls have been hailed by scientists as proof a coral reef restoration project in Indonesia has been a roaring success..Thousands of square metres of coral are being grown on previously destroyed reefs in islands in central Indonesia, but previously it was unclear whether these new corals would revive the entire reef ecosystem. .Now a new study, led by researchers from the University of Exeter and the University of Bristol in England, has found them in a heathy state - complete with their own never before recorded soundscape..These video and images show the process of restoring the reef from a degraded state, and the growth of the coral habitat over three years. As well as audio recordings to assess life on the reef....‘‘Restoration projects can be successful at growing coral, but thatââ¬â¢s only part of the ecosystem,‘‘ said lead author Dr Tim Lamont, of the University of Exeter and the Mars Coral Reef Restoration Project,...

    商品コード: 2021121210540

  •  Scientists Hear Sound Of Success After Restoring Indonesian Coral Reefs
    2018年09月05日
    Scientists Hear Sound Of Success After Restoring Indonesian Coral Reefs

    September 5, 2018: VIDEO AVAILABLE: CONTACT INFO@COVERMG.COM..Whoops, croaks, and growls have been hailed by scientists as proof a coral reef restoration project in Indonesia has been a roaring success..Thousands of square metres of coral are being grown on previously destroyed reefs in islands in central Indonesia, but previously it was unclear whether these new corals would revive the entire reef ecosystem. .Now a new study, led by researchers from the University of Exeter and the University of Bristol in England, has found them in a heathy state - complete with their own never before recorded soundscape..These video and images show the process of restoring the reef from a degraded state, and the growth of the coral habitat over three years. As well as audio recordings to assess life on the reef....‘‘Restoration projects can be successful at growing coral, but thatââ¬â¢s only part of the ecosystem,‘‘ said lead author Dr Tim Lamont, of the University of Exeter and the Mars Coral Reef Restoration Project,...

    商品コード: 2021121209981

  •  Scientists Hear Sound Of Success After Restoring Indonesian Coral Reefs
    2018年09月05日
    Scientists Hear Sound Of Success After Restoring Indonesian Coral Reefs

    September 5, 2018: VIDEO AVAILABLE: CONTACT INFO@COVERMG.COM..Whoops, croaks, and growls have been hailed by scientists as proof a coral reef restoration project in Indonesia has been a roaring success..Thousands of square metres of coral are being grown on previously destroyed reefs in islands in central Indonesia, but previously it was unclear whether these new corals would revive the entire reef ecosystem. .Now a new study, led by researchers from the University of Exeter and the University of Bristol in England, has found them in a heathy state - complete with their own never before recorded soundscape..These video and images show the process of restoring the reef from a degraded state, and the growth of the coral habitat over three years. As well as audio recordings to assess life on the reef....‘‘Restoration projects can be successful at growing coral, but thatââ¬â¢s only part of the ecosystem,‘‘ said lead author Dr Tim Lamont, of the University of Exeter and the Mars Coral Reef Restoration Project,...

    商品コード: 2021121209987

  •  Scientists Hear Sound Of Success After Restoring Indonesian Coral Reefs
    2018年09月05日
    Scientists Hear Sound Of Success After Restoring Indonesian Coral Reefs

    September 5, 2018: VIDEO AVAILABLE: CONTACT INFO@COVERMG.COM..Whoops, croaks, and growls have been hailed by scientists as proof a coral reef restoration project in Indonesia has been a roaring success..Thousands of square metres of coral are being grown on previously destroyed reefs in islands in central Indonesia, but previously it was unclear whether these new corals would revive the entire reef ecosystem. .Now a new study, led by researchers from the University of Exeter and the University of Bristol in England, has found them in a heathy state - complete with their own never before recorded soundscape..These video and images show the process of restoring the reef from a degraded state, and the growth of the coral habitat over three years. As well as audio recordings to assess life on the reef....‘‘Restoration projects can be successful at growing coral, but thatââ¬â¢s only part of the ecosystem,‘‘ said lead author Dr Tim Lamont, of the University of Exeter and the Mars Coral Reef Restoration Project,...

    商品コード: 2021121210749

  •  Scientists Hear Sound Of Success After Restoring Indonesian Coral Reefs
    2019年06月24日
    Scientists Hear Sound Of Success After Restoring Indonesian Coral Reefs

    June 24, 2019: VIDEO AVAILABLE: CONTACT INFO@COVERMG.COM..Whoops, croaks, and growls have been hailed by scientists as proof a coral reef restoration project in Indonesia has been a roaring success..Thousands of square metres of coral are being grown on previously destroyed reefs in islands in central Indonesia, but previously it was unclear whether these new corals would revive the entire reef ecosystem. .Now a new study, led by researchers from the University of Exeter and the University of Bristol in England, has found them in a heathy state - complete with their own never before recorded soundscape..These video and images show the process of restoring the reef from a degraded state, and the growth of the coral habitat over three years. As well as audio recordings to assess life on the reef....‘‘Restoration projects can be successful at growing coral, but thatââ¬â¢s only part of the ecosystem,‘‘ said lead author Dr Tim Lamont, of the University of Exeter and the Mars Coral Reef Restoration Project, whi...

    商品コード: 2021121210769

  •  Scientists Hear Sound Of Success After Restoring Indonesian Coral Reefs
    2019年06月24日
    Scientists Hear Sound Of Success After Restoring Indonesian Coral Reefs

    June 24, 2019: VIDEO AVAILABLE: CONTACT INFO@COVERMG.COM..Whoops, croaks, and growls have been hailed by scientists as proof a coral reef restoration project in Indonesia has been a roaring success..Thousands of square metres of coral are being grown on previously destroyed reefs in islands in central Indonesia, but previously it was unclear whether these new corals would revive the entire reef ecosystem. .Now a new study, led by researchers from the University of Exeter and the University of Bristol in England, has found them in a heathy state - complete with their own never before recorded soundscape..These video and images show the process of restoring the reef from a degraded state, and the growth of the coral habitat over three years. As well as audio recordings to assess life on the reef....‘‘Restoration projects can be successful at growing coral, but thatââ¬â¢s only part of the ecosystem,‘‘ said lead author Dr Tim Lamont, of the University of Exeter and the Mars Coral Reef Restoration Project, whi...

    商品コード: 2021121210657

  •  Scientists Hear Sound Of Success After Restoring Indonesian Coral Reefs
    2019年06月25日
    Scientists Hear Sound Of Success After Restoring Indonesian Coral Reefs

    June 25, 2019: VIDEO AVAILABLE: CONTACT INFO@COVERMG.COM..Whoops, croaks, and growls have been hailed by scientists as proof a coral reef restoration project in Indonesia has been a roaring success..Thousands of square metres of coral are being grown on previously destroyed reefs in islands in central Indonesia, but previously it was unclear whether these new corals would revive the entire reef ecosystem. .Now a new study, led by researchers from the University of Exeter and the University of Bristol in England, has found them in a heathy state - complete with their own never before recorded soundscape..These video and images show the process of restoring the reef from a degraded state, and the growth of the coral habitat over three years. As well as audio recordings to assess life on the reef....‘‘Restoration projects can be successful at growing coral, but thatââ¬â¢s only part of the ecosystem,‘‘ said lead author Dr Tim Lamont, of the University of Exeter and the Mars Coral Reef Restoration Project, whi...

    商品コード: 2021121210960

  •  Scientists Hear Sound Of Success After Restoring Indonesian Coral Reefs
    2019年07月07日
    Scientists Hear Sound Of Success After Restoring Indonesian Coral Reefs

    July 7, 2019: VIDEO AVAILABLE: CONTACT INFO@COVERMG.COM..Whoops, croaks, and growls have been hailed by scientists as proof a coral reef restoration project in Indonesia has been a roaring success..Thousands of square metres of coral are being grown on previously destroyed reefs in islands in central Indonesia, but previously it was unclear whether these new corals would revive the entire reef ecosystem. .Now a new study, led by researchers from the University of Exeter and the University of Bristol in England, has found them in a heathy state - complete with their own never before recorded soundscape..These video and images show the process of restoring the reef from a degraded state, and the growth of the coral habitat over three years. As well as audio recordings to assess life on the reef....‘‘Restoration projects can be successful at growing coral, but thatââ¬â¢s only part of the ecosystem,‘‘ said lead author Dr Tim Lamont, of the University of Exeter and the Mars Coral Reef Restoration Project, whic...

    商品コード: 2021121210667

  •  Scientists Hear Sound Of Success After Restoring Indonesian Coral Reefs
    2019年07月07日
    Scientists Hear Sound Of Success After Restoring Indonesian Coral Reefs

    July 7, 2019: VIDEO AVAILABLE: CONTACT INFO@COVERMG.COM..Whoops, croaks, and growls have been hailed by scientists as proof a coral reef restoration project in Indonesia has been a roaring success..Thousands of square metres of coral are being grown on previously destroyed reefs in islands in central Indonesia, but previously it was unclear whether these new corals would revive the entire reef ecosystem. .Now a new study, led by researchers from the University of Exeter and the University of Bristol in England, has found them in a heathy state - complete with their own never before recorded soundscape..These video and images show the process of restoring the reef from a degraded state, and the growth of the coral habitat over three years. As well as audio recordings to assess life on the reef....‘‘Restoration projects can be successful at growing coral, but thatââ¬â¢s only part of the ecosystem,‘‘ said lead author Dr Tim Lamont, of the University of Exeter and the Mars Coral Reef Restoration Project, whic...

    商品コード: 2021121210555

  •  Scientists Hear Sound Of Success After Restoring Indonesian Coral Reefs
    2019年07月07日
    Scientists Hear Sound Of Success After Restoring Indonesian Coral Reefs

    July 7, 2019: VIDEO AVAILABLE: CONTACT INFO@COVERMG.COM..Whoops, croaks, and growls have been hailed by scientists as proof a coral reef restoration project in Indonesia has been a roaring success..Thousands of square metres of coral are being grown on previously destroyed reefs in islands in central Indonesia, but previously it was unclear whether these new corals would revive the entire reef ecosystem. .Now a new study, led by researchers from the University of Exeter and the University of Bristol in England, has found them in a heathy state - complete with their own never before recorded soundscape..These video and images show the process of restoring the reef from a degraded state, and the growth of the coral habitat over three years. As well as audio recordings to assess life on the reef....‘‘Restoration projects can be successful at growing coral, but thatââ¬â¢s only part of the ecosystem,‘‘ said lead author Dr Tim Lamont, of the University of Exeter and the Mars Coral Reef Restoration Project, whic...

    商品コード: 2021121211111

  •  Scientists Hear Sound Of Success After Restoring Indonesian Coral Reefs
    2019年07月07日
    Scientists Hear Sound Of Success After Restoring Indonesian Coral Reefs

    July 7, 2019: VIDEO AVAILABLE: CONTACT INFO@COVERMG.COM..Whoops, croaks, and growls have been hailed by scientists as proof a coral reef restoration project in Indonesia has been a roaring success..Thousands of square metres of coral are being grown on previously destroyed reefs in islands in central Indonesia, but previously it was unclear whether these new corals would revive the entire reef ecosystem. .Now a new study, led by researchers from the University of Exeter and the University of Bristol in England, has found them in a heathy state - complete with their own never before recorded soundscape..These video and images show the process of restoring the reef from a degraded state, and the growth of the coral habitat over three years. As well as audio recordings to assess life on the reef....‘‘Restoration projects can be successful at growing coral, but thatââ¬â¢s only part of the ecosystem,‘‘ said lead author Dr Tim Lamont, of the University of Exeter and the Mars Coral Reef Restoration Project, whic...

    商品コード: 2021121210720

  •  Scientists Hear Sound Of Success After Restoring Indonesian Coral Reefs
    2019年07月07日
    Scientists Hear Sound Of Success After Restoring Indonesian Coral Reefs

    July 7, 2019: VIDEO AVAILABLE: CONTACT INFO@COVERMG.COM..Whoops, croaks, and growls have been hailed by scientists as proof a coral reef restoration project in Indonesia has been a roaring success..Thousands of square metres of coral are being grown on previously destroyed reefs in islands in central Indonesia, but previously it was unclear whether these new corals would revive the entire reef ecosystem. .Now a new study, led by researchers from the University of Exeter and the University of Bristol in England, has found them in a heathy state - complete with their own never before recorded soundscape..These video and images show the process of restoring the reef from a degraded state, and the growth of the coral habitat over three years. As well as audio recordings to assess life on the reef....‘‘Restoration projects can be successful at growing coral, but thatââ¬â¢s only part of the ecosystem,‘‘ said lead author Dr Tim Lamont, of the University of Exeter and the Mars Coral Reef Restoration Project, whic...

    商品コード: 2021121210754

  •  Scientists Hear Sound Of Success After Restoring Indonesian Coral Reefs
    2019年07月08日
    Scientists Hear Sound Of Success After Restoring Indonesian Coral Reefs

    July 8, 2019: VIDEO AVAILABLE: CONTACT INFO@COVERMG.COM..Whoops, croaks, and growls have been hailed by scientists as proof a coral reef restoration project in Indonesia has been a roaring success..Thousands of square metres of coral are being grown on previously destroyed reefs in islands in central Indonesia, but previously it was unclear whether these new corals would revive the entire reef ecosystem. .Now a new study, led by researchers from the University of Exeter and the University of Bristol in England, has found them in a heathy state - complete with their own never before recorded soundscape..These video and images show the process of restoring the reef from a degraded state, and the growth of the coral habitat over three years. As well as audio recordings to assess life on the reef....‘‘Restoration projects can be successful at growing coral, but thatââ¬â¢s only part of the ecosystem,‘‘ said lead author Dr Tim Lamont, of the University of Exeter and the Mars Coral Reef Restoration Project, whic...

    商品コード: 2021121210748

  •  Scientists Hear Sound Of Success After Restoring Indonesian Coral Reefs
    2019年07月08日
    Scientists Hear Sound Of Success After Restoring Indonesian Coral Reefs

    July 8, 2019: VIDEO AVAILABLE: CONTACT INFO@COVERMG.COM..Whoops, croaks, and growls have been hailed by scientists as proof a coral reef restoration project in Indonesia has been a roaring success..Thousands of square metres of coral are being grown on previously destroyed reefs in islands in central Indonesia, but previously it was unclear whether these new corals would revive the entire reef ecosystem. .Now a new study, led by researchers from the University of Exeter and the University of Bristol in England, has found them in a heathy state - complete with their own never before recorded soundscape..These video and images show the process of restoring the reef from a degraded state, and the growth of the coral habitat over three years. As well as audio recordings to assess life on the reef....‘‘Restoration projects can be successful at growing coral, but thatââ¬â¢s only part of the ecosystem,‘‘ said lead author Dr Tim Lamont, of the University of Exeter and the Mars Coral Reef Restoration Project, whic...

    商品コード: 2021121210741

  •  Scientists Hear Sound Of Success After Restoring Indonesian Coral Reefs
    2019年07月08日
    Scientists Hear Sound Of Success After Restoring Indonesian Coral Reefs

    July 8, 2019: VIDEO AVAILABLE: CONTACT INFO@COVERMG.COM..Whoops, croaks, and growls have been hailed by scientists as proof a coral reef restoration project in Indonesia has been a roaring success..Thousands of square metres of coral are being grown on previously destroyed reefs in islands in central Indonesia, but previously it was unclear whether these new corals would revive the entire reef ecosystem. .Now a new study, led by researchers from the University of Exeter and the University of Bristol in England, has found them in a heathy state - complete with their own never before recorded soundscape..These video and images show the process of restoring the reef from a degraded state, and the growth of the coral habitat over three years. As well as audio recordings to assess life on the reef....‘‘Restoration projects can be successful at growing coral, but thatââ¬â¢s only part of the ecosystem,‘‘ said lead author Dr Tim Lamont, of the University of Exeter and the Mars Coral Reef Restoration Project, whic...

    商品コード: 2021121210591

  •  Scientists Hear Sound Of Success After Restoring Indonesian Coral Reefs
    2019年07月08日
    Scientists Hear Sound Of Success After Restoring Indonesian Coral Reefs

    July 8, 2019: VIDEO AVAILABLE: CONTACT INFO@COVERMG.COM..Whoops, croaks, and growls have been hailed by scientists as proof a coral reef restoration project in Indonesia has been a roaring success..Thousands of square metres of coral are being grown on previously destroyed reefs in islands in central Indonesia, but previously it was unclear whether these new corals would revive the entire reef ecosystem. .Now a new study, led by researchers from the University of Exeter and the University of Bristol in England, has found them in a heathy state - complete with their own never before recorded soundscape..These video and images show the process of restoring the reef from a degraded state, and the growth of the coral habitat over three years. As well as audio recordings to assess life on the reef....‘‘Restoration projects can be successful at growing coral, but thatââ¬â¢s only part of the ecosystem,‘‘ said lead author Dr Tim Lamont, of the University of Exeter and the Mars Coral Reef Restoration Project, whic...

    商品コード: 2021121210602

  •  Scientists Hear Sound Of Success After Restoring Indonesian Coral Reefs
    2019年07月09日
    Scientists Hear Sound Of Success After Restoring Indonesian Coral Reefs

    July 9, 2019: VIDEO AVAILABLE: CONTACT INFO@COVERMG.COM..Whoops, croaks, and growls have been hailed by scientists as proof a coral reef restoration project in Indonesia has been a roaring success..Thousands of square metres of coral are being grown on previously destroyed reefs in islands in central Indonesia, but previously it was unclear whether these new corals would revive the entire reef ecosystem. .Now a new study, led by researchers from the University of Exeter and the University of Bristol in England, has found them in a heathy state - complete with their own never before recorded soundscape..These video and images show the process of restoring the reef from a degraded state, and the growth of the coral habitat over three years. As well as audio recordings to assess life on the reef....‘‘Restoration projects can be successful at growing coral, but thatââ¬â¢s only part of the ecosystem,‘‘ said lead author Dr Tim Lamont, of the University of Exeter and the Mars Coral Reef Restoration Project, whic...

    商品コード: 2021121210817

  •  Scientists Hear Sound Of Success After Restoring Indonesian Coral Reefs
    2019年07月09日
    Scientists Hear Sound Of Success After Restoring Indonesian Coral Reefs

    July 9, 2019: VIDEO AVAILABLE: CONTACT INFO@COVERMG.COM..Whoops, croaks, and growls have been hailed by scientists as proof a coral reef restoration project in Indonesia has been a roaring success..Thousands of square metres of coral are being grown on previously destroyed reefs in islands in central Indonesia, but previously it was unclear whether these new corals would revive the entire reef ecosystem. .Now a new study, led by researchers from the University of Exeter and the University of Bristol in England, has found them in a heathy state - complete with their own never before recorded soundscape..These video and images show the process of restoring the reef from a degraded state, and the growth of the coral habitat over three years. As well as audio recordings to assess life on the reef....‘‘Restoration projects can be successful at growing coral, but thatââ¬â¢s only part of the ecosystem,‘‘ said lead author Dr Tim Lamont, of the University of Exeter and the Mars Coral Reef Restoration Project, whic...

    商品コード: 2021121210803

  •  Russia Britain University Rectors Forum
    2019年11月12日
    Russia Britain University Rectors Forum

    12.11.2019 Rector of the Lomonosov Moscow State University Viktor Sadovnichy and Sir Steve Smith, Chief Executive of the University of Exeter and board member of Universities UK, take their seats before a session of the 1st Russia-UK University Rectors Forum in Moscow, Russia. Vladimir Astapkovich / Sputnik、クレジット:Sputnik/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019111800193

  •  Russia Britain University Rectors Forum
    2019年11月12日
    Russia Britain University Rectors Forum

    12.11.2019 Sir Steve Smith, Chief Executive of the University of Exeter and board member of Universities UK, attends a session of the 1st Russia-UK University Rectors Forum in Moscow, Russia. Vladimir Astapkovich / Sputnik、クレジット:Sputnik/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019111800131

  •  Scientists Hear Sound Of Success After Restoring Indonesian Coral Reefs
    2021年12月09日
    Scientists Hear Sound Of Success After Restoring Indonesian Coral Reefs

    December 9, 2021: VIDEO AVAILABLE: CONTACT INFO@COVERMG.COM..Whoops, croaks, and growls have been hailed by scientists as proof a coral reef restoration project in Indonesia has been a roaring success..Thousands of square metres of coral are being grown on previously destroyed reefs in islands in central Indonesia, but previously it was unclear whether these new corals would revive the entire reef ecosystem. .Now a new study, led by researchers from the University of Exeter and the University of Bristol in England, has found them in a heathy state - complete with their own never before recorded soundscape..These video and images show the process of restoring the reef from a degraded state, and the growth of the coral habitat over three years. As well as audio recordings to assess life on the reef....‘‘Restoration projects can be successful at growing coral, but thatââ¬â¢s only part of the ecosystem,‘‘ said lead author Dr Tim Lamont, of the University of Exeter and the Mars Coral Reef Restoration Project, ...

    商品コード: 2021121210608

  •  Medieval War Horses ‘As Small As Modern Ponies‘ Scientists Find
    2022年01月10日
    Medieval War Horses ‘As Small As Modern Ponies‘ Scientists Find

    January 10, 2022, Exeter, Devon, United Kingdom: Thanks to art and film, we think of medieval warhorses as huge impressive beasts, but new research shows they were really the size of modern ponies..Horses during the period were often below 14.2 hands (144 cm) high, but size was clearly not everything, as historical records indicate huge sums were spent on breeding and readying them for combat..A team of archaeologists and historians from the University of Exeter searching for the truth about the Great Horse have found they were not always bred for size, but for success in a wide range of different functions ââ¬â including tournaments and long-distance raiding campaigns..Researchers analysed the largest dataset of English horse bones dating between AD 300 and 1650, found at 171 separate archaeological sites..The study, published in the International Journal of Osteoarchaeology, shows that breeding and training of warhorses was influenced by a combination of biological and cultural factors, as well as beha...

    商品コード: 2022011203234

  •  Medieval War Horses ‘As Small As Modern Ponies‘ Scientists Find
    2022年01月10日
    Medieval War Horses ‘As Small As Modern Ponies‘ Scientists Find

    January 10, 2022, Exeter, Devon, United Kingdom: Thanks to art and film, we think of medieval warhorses as huge impressive beasts, but new research shows they were really the size of modern ponies..Horses during the period were often below 14.2 hands (144 cm) high, but size was clearly not everything, as historical records indicate huge sums were spent on breeding and readying them for combat..A team of archaeologists and historians from the University of Exeter searching for the truth about the Great Horse have found they were not always bred for size, but for success in a wide range of different functions ââ¬â including tournaments and long-distance raiding campaigns..Researchers analysed the largest dataset of English horse bones dating between AD 300 and 1650, found at 171 separate archaeological sites..The study, published in the International Journal of Osteoarchaeology, shows that breeding and training of warhorses was influenced by a combination of biological and cultural factors, as well as beha...

    商品コード: 2022011203239

  •  Medieval War Horses ‘As Small As Modern Ponies‘ Scientists Find
    2022年01月10日
    Medieval War Horses ‘As Small As Modern Ponies‘ Scientists Find

    January 10, 2022, Exeter, Devon, United Kingdom: Thanks to art and film, we think of medieval warhorses as huge impressive beasts, but new research shows they were really the size of modern ponies..Horses during the period were often below 14.2 hands (144 cm) high, but size was clearly not everything, as historical records indicate huge sums were spent on breeding and readying them for combat..A team of archaeologists and historians from the University of Exeter searching for the truth about the Great Horse have found they were not always bred for size, but for success in a wide range of different functions ââ¬â including tournaments and long-distance raiding campaigns..Researchers analysed the largest dataset of English horse bones dating between AD 300 and 1650, found at 171 separate archaeological sites..The study, published in the International Journal of Osteoarchaeology, shows that breeding and training of warhorses was influenced by a combination of biological and cultural factors, as well as beha...

    商品コード: 2022011203218

  •  Medieval War Horses ‘As Small As Modern Ponies‘ Scientists Find
    2022年01月10日
    Medieval War Horses ‘As Small As Modern Ponies‘ Scientists Find

    January 10, 2022, Exeter, Devon, United Kingdom: Thanks to art and film, we think of medieval warhorses as huge impressive beasts, but new research shows they were really the size of modern ponies..Horses during the period were often below 14.2 hands (144 cm) high, but size was clearly not everything, as historical records indicate huge sums were spent on breeding and readying them for combat..A team of archaeologists and historians from the University of Exeter searching for the truth about the Great Horse have found they were not always bred for size, but for success in a wide range of different functions ââ¬â including tournaments and long-distance raiding campaigns..Researchers analysed the largest dataset of English horse bones dating between AD 300 and 1650, found at 171 separate archaeological sites..The study, published in the International Journal of Osteoarchaeology, shows that breeding and training of warhorses was influenced by a combination of biological and cultural factors, as well as beha...

    商品コード: 2022011203394

  •  Medieval War Horses ‘As Small As Modern Ponies‘ Scientists Find
    2022年01月10日
    Medieval War Horses ‘As Small As Modern Ponies‘ Scientists Find

    January 10, 2022, Exeter, Devon, United Kingdom: Thanks to art and film, we think of medieval warhorses as huge impressive beasts, but new research shows they were really the size of modern ponies..Horses during the period were often below 14.2 hands (144 cm) high, but size was clearly not everything, as historical records indicate huge sums were spent on breeding and readying them for combat..A team of archaeologists and historians from the University of Exeter searching for the truth about the Great Horse have found they were not always bred for size, but for success in a wide range of different functions ââ¬â including tournaments and long-distance raiding campaigns..Researchers analysed the largest dataset of English horse bones dating between AD 300 and 1650, found at 171 separate archaeological sites..The study, published in the International Journal of Osteoarchaeology, shows that breeding and training of warhorses was influenced by a combination of biological and cultural factors, as well as beha...

    商品コード: 2022011203076

  •  Medieval War Horses ‘As Small As Modern Ponies‘ Scientists Find
    2022年01月10日
    Medieval War Horses ‘As Small As Modern Ponies‘ Scientists Find

    January 10, 2022, Exeter, Devon, United Kingdom: Thanks to art and film, we think of medieval warhorses as huge impressive beasts, but new research shows they were really the size of modern ponies..Horses during the period were often below 14.2 hands (144 cm) high, but size was clearly not everything, as historical records indicate huge sums were spent on breeding and readying them for combat..A team of archaeologists and historians from the University of Exeter searching for the truth about the Great Horse have found they were not always bred for size, but for success in a wide range of different functions ââ¬â including tournaments and long-distance raiding campaigns..Researchers analysed the largest dataset of English horse bones dating between AD 300 and 1650, found at 171 separate archaeological sites..The study, published in the International Journal of Osteoarchaeology, shows that breeding and training of warhorses was influenced by a combination of biological and cultural factors, as well as beha...

    商品コード: 2022011203447

  •  Medieval War Horses ‘As Small As Modern Ponies‘ Scientists Find
    2022年01月10日
    Medieval War Horses ‘As Small As Modern Ponies‘ Scientists Find

    January 10, 2022, Exeter, Devon, United Kingdom: Thanks to art and film, we think of medieval warhorses as huge impressive beasts, but new research shows they were really the size of modern ponies..Horses during the period were often below 14.2 hands (144 cm) high, but size was clearly not everything, as historical records indicate huge sums were spent on breeding and readying them for combat..A team of archaeologists and historians from the University of Exeter searching for the truth about the Great Horse have found they were not always bred for size, but for success in a wide range of different functions ââ¬â including tournaments and long-distance raiding campaigns..Researchers analysed the largest dataset of English horse bones dating between AD 300 and 1650, found at 171 separate archaeological sites..The study, published in the International Journal of Osteoarchaeology, shows that breeding and training of warhorses was influenced by a combination of biological and cultural factors, as well as beha...

    商品コード: 2022011203224

  •  Nurse Sharks Display Amazing Underwater Gymnastics To Eat
    2022年12月01日
    Nurse Sharks Display Amazing Underwater Gymnastics To Eat

    December 1, 2022, Exeter, Devon, United Kingdom: VIDEO AVAILABLE: CONTACT INFO@COVERMG.COM TO RECEIVE**..Underwater cameras have revealed the impressive range of skills nurse sharks use when feeding - including turning themselves upside down to get their lunch..The new study, by the University of Exeter and NGO Beneath the Waves, used baited remote underwater video (BRUV) cameras off the Turks and Caicos Islands..The researchers identified a range of different feeding behaviours used by the sharks..These included vertical feeding (head down), ventral feeding (belly up) and ââ¬Åpectoral positioningââ¬Â ââ¬â sharks flexing their pectoral fins in a motion similar to ââ¬Åwalkingââ¬Â on the sea floor..ââ¬ÅThese feeding behaviours show that nurse sharks are adapted to feed on different prey across a variety of habitats,ââ¬Â said lead author Kristian Parton, of the Centre for Ecology and Conservation on Exeterââ¬â¢s Penryn Campus in Cornwall..While most shark species have little movement in their pectoral...

    商品コード: 2022120802829

  •  Nurse Sharks Display Amazing Underwater Gymnastics To Eat
    2022年12月01日
    Nurse Sharks Display Amazing Underwater Gymnastics To Eat

    December 1, 2022, Exeter, Devon, United Kingdom: VIDEO AVAILABLE: CONTACT INFO@COVERMG.COM TO RECEIVE**..Underwater cameras have revealed the impressive range of skills nurse sharks use when feeding - including turning themselves upside down to get their lunch..The new study, by the University of Exeter and NGO Beneath the Waves, used baited remote underwater video (BRUV) cameras off the Turks and Caicos Islands..The researchers identified a range of different feeding behaviours used by the sharks..These included vertical feeding (head down), ventral feeding (belly up) and ââ¬Åpectoral positioningââ¬Â ââ¬â sharks flexing their pectoral fins in a motion similar to ââ¬Åwalkingââ¬Â on the sea floor..ââ¬ÅThese feeding behaviours show that nurse sharks are adapted to feed on different prey across a variety of habitats,ââ¬Â said lead author Kristian Parton, of the Centre for Ecology and Conservation on Exeterââ¬â¢s Penryn Campus in Cornwall..While most shark species have little movement in their pectoral...

    商品コード: 2022120903212

  •  Nurse Sharks Display Amazing Underwater Gymnastics To Eat
    2022年12月01日
    Nurse Sharks Display Amazing Underwater Gymnastics To Eat

    December 1, 2022, Exeter, Devon, United Kingdom: VIDEO AVAILABLE: CONTACT INFO@COVERMG.COM TO RECEIVE**..Underwater cameras have revealed the impressive range of skills nurse sharks use when feeding - including turning themselves upside down to get their lunch..The new study, by the University of Exeter and NGO Beneath the Waves, used baited remote underwater video (BRUV) cameras off the Turks and Caicos Islands..The researchers identified a range of different feeding behaviours used by the sharks..These included vertical feeding (head down), ventral feeding (belly up) and ââ¬Åpectoral positioningââ¬Â ââ¬â sharks flexing their pectoral fins in a motion similar to ââ¬Åwalkingââ¬Â on the sea floor..ââ¬ÅThese feeding behaviours show that nurse sharks are adapted to feed on different prey across a variety of habitats,ââ¬Â said lead author Kristian Parton, of the Centre for Ecology and Conservation on Exeterââ¬â¢s Penryn Campus in Cornwall..While most shark species have little movement in their pectoral...

    商品コード: 2022120802665

  •  Nurse Sharks Display Amazing Underwater Gymnastics To Eat
    2022年12月01日
    Nurse Sharks Display Amazing Underwater Gymnastics To Eat

    December 1, 2022, Exeter, Devon, United Kingdom: VIDEO AVAILABLE: CONTACT INFO@COVERMG.COM TO RECEIVE**..Underwater cameras have revealed the impressive range of skills nurse sharks use when feeding - including turning themselves upside down to get their lunch..The new study, by the University of Exeter and NGO Beneath the Waves, used baited remote underwater video (BRUV) cameras off the Turks and Caicos Islands..The researchers identified a range of different feeding behaviours used by the sharks..These included vertical feeding (head down), ventral feeding (belly up) and ââ¬Åpectoral positioningââ¬Â ââ¬â sharks flexing their pectoral fins in a motion similar to ââ¬Åwalkingââ¬Â on the sea floor..ââ¬ÅThese feeding behaviours show that nurse sharks are adapted to feed on different prey across a variety of habitats,ââ¬Â said lead author Kristian Parton, of the Centre for Ecology and Conservation on Exeterââ¬â¢s Penryn Campus in Cornwall..While most shark species have little movement in their pectoral...

    商品コード: 2022120903210

  •  Nurse Sharks Display Amazing Underwater Gymnastics To Eat
    2022年12月01日
    Nurse Sharks Display Amazing Underwater Gymnastics To Eat

    December 1, 2022, Exeter, Devon, United Kingdom: VIDEO AVAILABLE: CONTACT INFO@COVERMG.COM TO RECEIVE**..Underwater cameras have revealed the impressive range of skills nurse sharks use when feeding - including turning themselves upside down to get their lunch..The new study, by the University of Exeter and NGO Beneath the Waves, used baited remote underwater video (BRUV) cameras off the Turks and Caicos Islands..The researchers identified a range of different feeding behaviours used by the sharks..These included vertical feeding (head down), ventral feeding (belly up) and ââ¬Åpectoral positioningââ¬Â ââ¬â sharks flexing their pectoral fins in a motion similar to ââ¬Åwalkingââ¬Â on the sea floor..ââ¬ÅThese feeding behaviours show that nurse sharks are adapted to feed on different prey across a variety of habitats,ââ¬Â said lead author Kristian Parton, of the Centre for Ecology and Conservation on Exeterââ¬â¢s Penryn Campus in Cornwall..While most shark species have little movement in their pectoral...

    商品コード: 2022120802845

  •  Nurse Sharks Display Amazing Underwater Gymnastics To Eat
    2022年12月01日
    Nurse Sharks Display Amazing Underwater Gymnastics To Eat

    December 1, 2022, Exeter, Devon, United Kingdom: VIDEO AVAILABLE: CONTACT INFO@COVERMG.COM TO RECEIVE**..Underwater cameras have revealed the impressive range of skills nurse sharks use when feeding - including turning themselves upside down to get their lunch..The new study, by the University of Exeter and NGO Beneath the Waves, used baited remote underwater video (BRUV) cameras off the Turks and Caicos Islands..The researchers identified a range of different feeding behaviours used by the sharks..These included vertical feeding (head down), ventral feeding (belly up) and ââ¬Åpectoral positioningââ¬Â ââ¬â sharks flexing their pectoral fins in a motion similar to ââ¬Åwalkingââ¬Â on the sea floor..ââ¬ÅThese feeding behaviours show that nurse sharks are adapted to feed on different prey across a variety of habitats,ââ¬Â said lead author Kristian Parton, of the Centre for Ecology and Conservation on Exeterââ¬â¢s Penryn Campus in Cornwall..While most shark species have little movement in their pectoral...

    商品コード: 2022120903110

  •  Nurse Sharks Display Amazing Underwater Gymnastics To Eat
    2022年12月01日
    Nurse Sharks Display Amazing Underwater Gymnastics To Eat

    December 1, 2022, Exeter, Devon, United Kingdom: VIDEO AVAILABLE: CONTACT INFO@COVERMG.COM TO RECEIVE**..Underwater cameras have revealed the impressive range of skills nurse sharks use when feeding - including turning themselves upside down to get their lunch..The new study, by the University of Exeter and NGO Beneath the Waves, used baited remote underwater video (BRUV) cameras off the Turks and Caicos Islands..The researchers identified a range of different feeding behaviours used by the sharks..These included vertical feeding (head down), ventral feeding (belly up) and ââ¬Åpectoral positioningââ¬Â ââ¬â sharks flexing their pectoral fins in a motion similar to ââ¬Åwalkingââ¬Â on the sea floor..ââ¬ÅThese feeding behaviours show that nurse sharks are adapted to feed on different prey across a variety of habitats,ââ¬Â said lead author Kristian Parton, of the Centre for Ecology and Conservation on Exeterââ¬â¢s Penryn Campus in Cornwall..While most shark species have little movement in their pectoral...

    商品コード: 2022120903125

  •  Nurse Sharks Display Amazing Underwater Gymnastics To Eat
    2022年12月01日
    Nurse Sharks Display Amazing Underwater Gymnastics To Eat

    December 1, 2022, Exeter, Devon, United Kingdom: VIDEO AVAILABLE: CONTACT INFO@COVERMG.COM TO RECEIVE**..Underwater cameras have revealed the impressive range of skills nurse sharks use when feeding - including turning themselves upside down to get their lunch..The new study, by the University of Exeter and NGO Beneath the Waves, used baited remote underwater video (BRUV) cameras off the Turks and Caicos Islands..The researchers identified a range of different feeding behaviours used by the sharks..These included vertical feeding (head down), ventral feeding (belly up) and ââ¬Åpectoral positioningââ¬Â ââ¬â sharks flexing their pectoral fins in a motion similar to ââ¬Åwalkingââ¬Â on the sea floor..ââ¬ÅThese feeding behaviours show that nurse sharks are adapted to feed on different prey across a variety of habitats,ââ¬Â said lead author Kristian Parton, of the Centre for Ecology and Conservation on Exeterââ¬â¢s Penryn Campus in Cornwall..While most shark species have little movement in their pectoral...

    商品コード: 2022120802761

  •  Nurse Sharks Display Amazing Underwater Gymnastics To Eat
    2022年12月01日
    Nurse Sharks Display Amazing Underwater Gymnastics To Eat

    December 1, 2022, Exeter, Devon, United Kingdom: VIDEO AVAILABLE: CONTACT INFO@COVERMG.COM TO RECEIVE**..Underwater cameras have revealed the impressive range of skills nurse sharks use when feeding - including turning themselves upside down to get their lunch..The new study, by the University of Exeter and NGO Beneath the Waves, used baited remote underwater video (BRUV) cameras off the Turks and Caicos Islands..The researchers identified a range of different feeding behaviours used by the sharks..These included vertical feeding (head down), ventral feeding (belly up) and ââ¬Åpectoral positioningââ¬Â ââ¬â sharks flexing their pectoral fins in a motion similar to ââ¬Åwalkingââ¬Â on the sea floor..ââ¬ÅThese feeding behaviours show that nurse sharks are adapted to feed on different prey across a variety of habitats,ââ¬Â said lead author Kristian Parton, of the Centre for Ecology and Conservation on Exeterââ¬â¢s Penryn Campus in Cornwall..While most shark species have little movement in their pectoral...

    商品コード: 2022120802838

  •  Nurse Sharks Display Amazing Underwater Gymnastics To Eat
    2022年12月01日
    Nurse Sharks Display Amazing Underwater Gymnastics To Eat

    December 1, 2022, Exeter, Devon, United Kingdom: VIDEO AVAILABLE: CONTACT INFO@COVERMG.COM TO RECEIVE**..Underwater cameras have revealed the impressive range of skills nurse sharks use when feeding - including turning themselves upside down to get their lunch..The new study, by the University of Exeter and NGO Beneath the Waves, used baited remote underwater video (BRUV) cameras off the Turks and Caicos Islands..The researchers identified a range of different feeding behaviours used by the sharks..These included vertical feeding (head down), ventral feeding (belly up) and ââ¬Åpectoral positioningââ¬Â ââ¬â sharks flexing their pectoral fins in a motion similar to ââ¬Åwalkingââ¬Â on the sea floor..ââ¬ÅThese feeding behaviours show that nurse sharks are adapted to feed on different prey across a variety of habitats,ââ¬Â said lead author Kristian Parton, of the Centre for Ecology and Conservation on Exeterââ¬â¢s Penryn Campus in Cornwall..While most shark species have little movement in their pectoral...

    商品コード: 2022120903145

  •  Nurse Sharks Display Amazing Underwater Gymnastics To Eat
    2022年12月01日
    Nurse Sharks Display Amazing Underwater Gymnastics To Eat

    December 1, 2022, Exeter, Devon, United Kingdom: VIDEO AVAILABLE: CONTACT INFO@COVERMG.COM TO RECEIVE**..Underwater cameras have revealed the impressive range of skills nurse sharks use when feeding - including turning themselves upside down to get their lunch..The new study, by the University of Exeter and NGO Beneath the Waves, used baited remote underwater video (BRUV) cameras off the Turks and Caicos Islands..The researchers identified a range of different feeding behaviours used by the sharks..These included vertical feeding (head down), ventral feeding (belly up) and ââ¬Åpectoral positioningââ¬Â ââ¬â sharks flexing their pectoral fins in a motion similar to ââ¬Åwalkingââ¬Â on the sea floor..ââ¬ÅThese feeding behaviours show that nurse sharks are adapted to feed on different prey across a variety of habitats,ââ¬Â said lead author Kristian Parton, of the Centre for Ecology and Conservation on Exeterââ¬â¢s Penryn Campus in Cornwall..While most shark species have little movement in their pectoral...

    商品コード: 2022120903037

  •  Nurse Sharks Display Amazing Underwater Gymnastics To Eat
    2022年12月01日
    Nurse Sharks Display Amazing Underwater Gymnastics To Eat

    December 1, 2022, Exeter, Devon, United Kingdom: VIDEO AVAILABLE: CONTACT INFO@COVERMG.COM TO RECEIVE**..Underwater cameras have revealed the impressive range of skills nurse sharks use when feeding - including turning themselves upside down to get their lunch..The new study, by the University of Exeter and NGO Beneath the Waves, used baited remote underwater video (BRUV) cameras off the Turks and Caicos Islands..The researchers identified a range of different feeding behaviours used by the sharks..These included vertical feeding (head down), ventral feeding (belly up) and ââ¬Åpectoral positioningââ¬Â ââ¬â sharks flexing their pectoral fins in a motion similar to ââ¬Åwalkingââ¬Â on the sea floor..ââ¬ÅThese feeding behaviours show that nurse sharks are adapted to feed on different prey across a variety of habitats,ââ¬Â said lead author Kristian Parton, of the Centre for Ecology and Conservation on Exeterââ¬â¢s Penryn Campus in Cornwall..While most shark species have little movement in their pectoral...

    商品コード: 2022120802774

  •  Nurse Sharks Display Amazing Underwater Gymnastics To Eat
    2022年12月01日
    Nurse Sharks Display Amazing Underwater Gymnastics To Eat

    December 1, 2022, Exeter, Devon, United Kingdom: VIDEO AVAILABLE: CONTACT INFO@COVERMG.COM TO RECEIVE**..Underwater cameras have revealed the impressive range of skills nurse sharks use when feeding - including turning themselves upside down to get their lunch..The new study, by the University of Exeter and NGO Beneath the Waves, used baited remote underwater video (BRUV) cameras off the Turks and Caicos Islands..The researchers identified a range of different feeding behaviours used by the sharks..These included vertical feeding (head down), ventral feeding (belly up) and ââ¬Åpectoral positioningââ¬Â ââ¬â sharks flexing their pectoral fins in a motion similar to ââ¬Åwalkingââ¬Â on the sea floor..ââ¬ÅThese feeding behaviours show that nurse sharks are adapted to feed on different prey across a variety of habitats,ââ¬Â said lead author Kristian Parton, of the Centre for Ecology and Conservation on Exeterââ¬â¢s Penryn Campus in Cornwall..While most shark species have little movement in their pectoral...

    商品コード: 2022120903209

  •  Nurse Sharks Display Amazing Underwater Gymnastics To Eat
    2022年12月01日
    Nurse Sharks Display Amazing Underwater Gymnastics To Eat

    December 1, 2022, Exeter, Devon, United Kingdom: VIDEO AVAILABLE: CONTACT INFO@COVERMG.COM TO RECEIVE**..Underwater cameras have revealed the impressive range of skills nurse sharks use when feeding - including turning themselves upside down to get their lunch..The new study, by the University of Exeter and NGO Beneath the Waves, used baited remote underwater video (BRUV) cameras off the Turks and Caicos Islands..The researchers identified a range of different feeding behaviours used by the sharks..These included vertical feeding (head down), ventral feeding (belly up) and ââ¬Åpectoral positioningââ¬Â ââ¬â sharks flexing their pectoral fins in a motion similar to ââ¬Åwalkingââ¬Â on the sea floor..ââ¬ÅThese feeding behaviours show that nurse sharks are adapted to feed on different prey across a variety of habitats,ââ¬Â said lead author Kristian Parton, of the Centre for Ecology and Conservation on Exeterââ¬â¢s Penryn Campus in Cornwall..While most shark species have little movement in their pectoral...

    商品コード: 2022120802517

  •  Nurse Sharks Display Amazing Underwater Gymnastics To Eat
    2022年12月01日
    Nurse Sharks Display Amazing Underwater Gymnastics To Eat

    December 1, 2022, Exeter, Devon, United Kingdom: VIDEO AVAILABLE: CONTACT INFO@COVERMG.COM TO RECEIVE**..Underwater cameras have revealed the impressive range of skills nurse sharks use when feeding - including turning themselves upside down to get their lunch..The new study, by the University of Exeter and NGO Beneath the Waves, used baited remote underwater video (BRUV) cameras off the Turks and Caicos Islands..The researchers identified a range of different feeding behaviours used by the sharks..These included vertical feeding (head down), ventral feeding (belly up) and ââ¬Åpectoral positioningââ¬Â ââ¬â sharks flexing their pectoral fins in a motion similar to ââ¬Åwalkingââ¬Â on the sea floor..ââ¬ÅThese feeding behaviours show that nurse sharks are adapted to feed on different prey across a variety of habitats,ââ¬Â said lead author Kristian Parton, of the Centre for Ecology and Conservation on Exeterââ¬â¢s Penryn Campus in Cornwall..While most shark species have little movement in their pectoral...

    商品コード: 2022120903123

  •  Nurse Sharks Display Amazing Underwater Gymnastics To Eat
    2022年12月01日
    Nurse Sharks Display Amazing Underwater Gymnastics To Eat

    December 1, 2022, Exeter, Devon, United Kingdom: VIDEO AVAILABLE: CONTACT INFO@COVERMG.COM TO RECEIVE**..Underwater cameras have revealed the impressive range of skills nurse sharks use when feeding - including turning themselves upside down to get their lunch..The new study, by the University of Exeter and NGO Beneath the Waves, used baited remote underwater video (BRUV) cameras off the Turks and Caicos Islands..The researchers identified a range of different feeding behaviours used by the sharks..These included vertical feeding (head down), ventral feeding (belly up) and ââ¬Åpectoral positioningââ¬Â ââ¬â sharks flexing their pectoral fins in a motion similar to ââ¬Åwalkingââ¬Â on the sea floor..ââ¬ÅThese feeding behaviours show that nurse sharks are adapted to feed on different prey across a variety of habitats,ââ¬Â said lead author Kristian Parton, of the Centre for Ecology and Conservation on Exeterââ¬â¢s Penryn Campus in Cornwall..While most shark species have little movement in their pectoral...

    商品コード: 2022120802751

  •  Nurse Sharks Display Amazing Underwater Gymnastics To Eat
    2022年12月01日
    Nurse Sharks Display Amazing Underwater Gymnastics To Eat

    December 1, 2022, Exeter, Devon, United Kingdom: VIDEO AVAILABLE: CONTACT INFO@COVERMG.COM TO RECEIVE**..Underwater cameras have revealed the impressive range of skills nurse sharks use when feeding - including turning themselves upside down to get their lunch..The new study, by the University of Exeter and NGO Beneath the Waves, used baited remote underwater video (BRUV) cameras off the Turks and Caicos Islands..The researchers identified a range of different feeding behaviours used by the sharks..These included vertical feeding (head down), ventral feeding (belly up) and ââ¬Åpectoral positioningââ¬Â ââ¬â sharks flexing their pectoral fins in a motion similar to ââ¬Åwalkingââ¬Â on the sea floor..ââ¬ÅThese feeding behaviours show that nurse sharks are adapted to feed on different prey across a variety of habitats,ââ¬Â said lead author Kristian Parton, of the Centre for Ecology and Conservation on Exeterââ¬â¢s Penryn Campus in Cornwall..While most shark species have little movement in their pectoral...

    商品コード: 2022120903148

  •  Nurse Sharks Display Amazing Underwater Gymnastics To Eat
    2022年12月01日
    Nurse Sharks Display Amazing Underwater Gymnastics To Eat

    December 1, 2022, Exeter, Devon, United Kingdom: VIDEO AVAILABLE: CONTACT INFO@COVERMG.COM TO RECEIVE**..Underwater cameras have revealed the impressive range of skills nurse sharks use when feeding - including turning themselves upside down to get their lunch..The new study, by the University of Exeter and NGO Beneath the Waves, used baited remote underwater video (BRUV) cameras off the Turks and Caicos Islands..The researchers identified a range of different feeding behaviours used by the sharks..These included vertical feeding (head down), ventral feeding (belly up) and ââ¬Åpectoral positioningââ¬Â ââ¬â sharks flexing their pectoral fins in a motion similar to ââ¬Åwalkingââ¬Â on the sea floor..ââ¬ÅThese feeding behaviours show that nurse sharks are adapted to feed on different prey across a variety of habitats,ââ¬Â said lead author Kristian Parton, of the Centre for Ecology and Conservation on Exeterââ¬â¢s Penryn Campus in Cornwall..While most shark species have little movement in their pectoral...

    商品コード: 2022120802739

  •  Nurse Sharks Display Amazing Underwater Gymnastics To Eat
    2022年12月01日
    Nurse Sharks Display Amazing Underwater Gymnastics To Eat

    December 1, 2022, Exeter, Devon, United Kingdom: VIDEO AVAILABLE: CONTACT INFO@COVERMG.COM TO RECEIVE**..Underwater cameras have revealed the impressive range of skills nurse sharks use when feeding - including turning themselves upside down to get their lunch..The new study, by the University of Exeter and NGO Beneath the Waves, used baited remote underwater video (BRUV) cameras off the Turks and Caicos Islands..The researchers identified a range of different feeding behaviours used by the sharks..These included vertical feeding (head down), ventral feeding (belly up) and ââ¬Åpectoral positioningââ¬Â ââ¬â sharks flexing their pectoral fins in a motion similar to ââ¬Åwalkingââ¬Â on the sea floor..ââ¬ÅThese feeding behaviours show that nurse sharks are adapted to feed on different prey across a variety of habitats,ââ¬Â said lead author Kristian Parton, of the Centre for Ecology and Conservation on Exeterââ¬â¢s Penryn Campus in Cornwall..While most shark species have little movement in their pectoral...

    商品コード: 2022120903144

  •  Nurse Sharks Display Amazing Underwater Gymnastics To Eat
    2022年12月01日
    Nurse Sharks Display Amazing Underwater Gymnastics To Eat

    December 1, 2022, Exeter, Devon, United Kingdom: VIDEO AVAILABLE: CONTACT INFO@COVERMG.COM TO RECEIVE**..Underwater cameras have revealed the impressive range of skills nurse sharks use when feeding - including turning themselves upside down to get their lunch..The new study, by the University of Exeter and NGO Beneath the Waves, used baited remote underwater video (BRUV) cameras off the Turks and Caicos Islands..The researchers identified a range of different feeding behaviours used by the sharks..These included vertical feeding (head down), ventral feeding (belly up) and ââ¬Åpectoral positioningââ¬Â ââ¬â sharks flexing their pectoral fins in a motion similar to ââ¬Åwalkingââ¬Â on the sea floor..ââ¬ÅThese feeding behaviours show that nurse sharks are adapted to feed on different prey across a variety of habitats,ââ¬Â said lead author Kristian Parton, of the Centre for Ecology and Conservation on Exeterââ¬â¢s Penryn Campus in Cornwall..While most shark species have little movement in their pectoral...

    商品コード: 2022120802885

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