About This Project
I study amphibious fishes, how they move around on land, and where they go while on land. In this study I will travel to southern Florida to run experiments on invasive walking catfish. I hypothesize that this catfish uses visual and chemical cues to navigate on land and migrate to new bodies of water. To test this hypothesis, I will place catfish on land for experiments and expose them to a variety of sensory cues to observe their responses to stimuli.
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