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Rights: University of Waikato
Published 17 September 2009
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DR MILES LAMARE

They are very good at detecting chemical signals. In other words, they can smell very well, and they can basically smell where food… through the chemicals being released by their food getting washed down to them in currents, and they can use that current and that smell to basically move up and find their food – very good chemical reception or chemo-sensory structures.