Macquarie University

Culum examines how genes and the environment shape the behaviour of fish. His primary focus is on how fish change their behaviour as a result of experience. He also examines how native fish interect with exotic  pest species and develops protocols to enhance the survival of hatchery-reared fishes after release. He believes that by teaching fish to recognise predators and prey, we better prepare them for life in the wild and increase their chance of survival. More