Port Jackson sharks are quite common in NSW waters. During the austral winter–spring season, the adults move onto shallow rocky reefs along the coast to mate. From late October to early July, they migrate to unkown locations. If you dive or snorkel, surely you’ve seen them swimming around or stacked up in crevices and caves. Yet, how much do you know about these sharks? Understanding the movements, habitat preferences and the behaviour of species like the Port Jackson shark i
We are the Behaviour, Ecology and Evolution of Fishes (BEEF) Laboratory, from Macquarie University.
Our research is focused on fish behaviour, with an emphasis on behavioural ecology.