Today we connect with Kenneth Oliveira, the Professor and Chair of the Department of Biology at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth. Kenneth has a very interesting research interest: the biology of American eels.
In this episode, we explore the intricacies of an animal that has been ecologically successful in a variety of different ways. The American eel has among the widest habitat ranges of any other fish in the world, making them fascinating creatures to study.
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Join us now to learn about:
How an eel’s environment can determine its innate biological characteristics.
The diet of American eels, and what controls it.
The origin of eels – where they came from and how long they’ve been around.
How parasites on eels can affect their overall health, and what researchers are doing to detect them.
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