Listen to the Journal of Zoology podcast, creating discussions around some of the best research published in the Journal in 2010, featuring interviews with authors of those papers. Each episode also includes links to the full-text articles which are all free to read online.
Journal of Zoology Podcast – Summer 2017
Anti-predator behaviour in giant clams and paternal provisioning in house wrens, denning behaviour in brown bears, behavioural motivation tests in rainbow trout, predatory strategy of a venomous snake, and detection dog surveys for cheetahs.
Journal of Zoology Podcast – Autumn 2018
Leadership in animal groups, how host species determines egg size in the Oriental cuckoo, how a twig-masquerading spider is seen by predators, how signalling in urine-marking domestic dogs could be dishonest and how innate behavioural traits help a lizard to adapt to an urban environment.
Journal of Zoology Podcast – Spring 2018
Parental care and begging behaviour in poison frogs, egg attendance in cave-dwelling harvestmen, how Atlantic salmon behaviour protects them from external parasites, and an experiment on foraging success in pit-building antlions.
Journal of Zoology Podcast – Winter 2017
In this episode, we are told how bird collisions with vehicles may be affected by experience, we will learn about the brain of tarantulas and whether they show left-right asymmetry, and we will hear about baiting camera traps in the Amazon.
Journal of Zoology Podcast – Autumn 2016
In this special 50th anniversary issue, estimating the maximum size of giant squids and 3D modelling of lion paws and tracks, colour adaptations in a blue-tailed lizard and how human food resources affect life history strategies in brown bears.
Journal of Zoology Podcast – Summer 2016
In this episode, how butterflies appear to the eyes of their predators, how bio-logging technology allows us to analyse animal behaviour, and how ants protect seedlings from pests.