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Sharks love jazz but are stumped by classical, say scientists

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Researchers at Sydney’s Macquarie University have discovered that sharks can recognise jazz music.

 

In a paper published in Animal Cognition, the researchers, led by Catarina Vila Pouca, trained juvenile Port Jackson sharks to swim over to where jazz was playing, to receive food. It has been thought that sharks have learned to associate the sound of a boat engine with food, because food is often thrown from tourist boats to attract sharks to cage-diving expeditions – the study shows that they can learn these associations quickly.

 

 

 

Full article @ The Guardian

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