Danionella cerebrum, a recently discovered cyprinid fish, has the smallest known vertebrate brain. What are the behavioral differences or similarities to their zebrafish relatives?
What is the social interaction test? This blog dives into this topic for fish and rodents. Why is social interaction important to measure, and how do we go about doing it?
What do Zebrafish and sewage sludge have in common? In this blog their use as a screening tool is highlighted to asses the ecotoxicity in soil.
In this blog we provide a quick refresh on the topic of zebrafish, and how DanioVision contributes to this field.
Did you know that cuttlefish have three hearts, have such an advanced vision that they can see what’s behind them, can count to five.
You recently moved into your new house. How do you feel? How do you act in this new space? The answers may depend on how long you have lived there…
To examine the response of cichlids to their mirror image, Balzarini et al. used three sympatric species from Lake Tanganyika and did the mirror test for measuring aggression.
European eels (Anguilla anguilla) have a life cycle in which both larvae and adults travel incredible distances. The eggs hatch in the Sargasso Sea near North America and the larvae swim all the way to Europe.
Having a choice for a mating partner is extremely important for females, so they can be critical in choosing which male to mate with.
Often in animal research, animals with a certain genetic alteration are compared to a “wild-type”. One might assume that there is no differences between wild-types, but many different strains of wild-type animals are used.