Arik Kershenbaum

Arik Kershenbaum

University of Cambridge

Herchel Smith Research Fellow in Zoology

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Published on Jun 03, 2017

The symposium results have been published and are now available online to all!

The symposium results have been published and are now available online to all!We want to thank everyone again for supporting our symposium on communication, cooperation, and cognition in large carn...

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Published on Aug 13, 2015

Cooperative predator symposium opens at Behaviour 2015 in Australia!

A packed hall for the opening of our symposium Dan Blumstein, Chair of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at UCLA gives the opening introduction. Marta M...

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Published on May 20, 2015

Thank you!

Thank you all for your fantastic support! We have now raised enough money to enable our three supported researchers to participate in our cooperative predator symposium in August. A detailed agen...

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Published on Apr 27, 2015

Why are cooperative predators important?

Why are images of animals like wolves and dolphins so deeply appealing to humans? Is there something we have in common that draws us towards these animals - something essentially hu...

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Published on Apr 11, 2015

Rare video of a dhole kill

ascinating and rare look into the life of the dhole - an endangered distant relative of wolves and dogs. Dholes are intelligent and cooperative hunters, and use many vocal and other cues to coordin...

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Published on Mar 19, 2015

Recording howls in Yellowstone National Park

One of the members of our consortium, Dr Sara Waller, is helping to record wolf howls in Yellowstone National Park. We are building a system that will allow us to pinpoint the wolves' location by t...

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Thanks for the donation Alon! Actually, our symposium is part of one of the biggest animal behaviour conferences of the year. It's an opportunity to meet with lots of scientists from around the world who may not necessarily come to a more specialised meeting.
May 06, 2015
Canid howls: a window to cognition and cooperation
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