view from below of hundreds of silver sardines swimming in the same direction
Famous South African Sardine Run Doesn’t Benefit Sardines: Study
An analysis suggests that a commercially important mass migration of fish may have no real adaptive value.
ABOVE: STEVEN BENJAMIN
Famous South African Sardine Run Doesn’t Benefit Sardines: Study
Famous South African Sardine Run Doesn’t Benefit Sardines: Study

An analysis suggests that a commercially important mass migration of fish may have no real adaptive value.

An analysis suggests that a commercially important mass migration of fish may have no real adaptive value.

ABOVE: STEVEN BENJAMIN
sardines
Slashers of the Sea
Rina Shaikh-Lesko | Apr 24, 2014
With high-speed cameras, scientists find that sailfish use their bills to corral and slash other fish, like schooling sardines.