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Senses made for Stealth

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Harvard

Mirtschin, P, Redsted Rasmussen, A & Weinstein, S 2017, 'Senses made for Stealth' Wildlife Australia, vol 54, nr. 4, s. 22-25.

APA

Mirtschin, P., Redsted Rasmussen, A., & Weinstein, S. (2017). Senses made for Stealth. Wildlife Australia, 54(4), 22-25.

CBE

Mirtschin P, Redsted Rasmussen A, Weinstein S. 2017. Senses made for Stealth. Wildlife Australia. 54(4):22-25.

MLA

Mirtschin, Peter, Arne Redsted Rasmussen og Scott Weinstein. "Senses made for Stealth". Wildlife Australia. 2017, 54(4). 22-25.

Vancouver

Mirtschin P, Redsted Rasmussen A, Weinstein S. Senses made for Stealth. Wildlife Australia. 2017 dec 1;54(4):22-25.

Author

Mirtschin, Peter; Redsted Rasmussen, Arne; Weinstein, Scott / Senses made for Stealth.

I: Wildlife Australia, Vol. 54, Nr. 4, 01.12.2017, s. 22-25.

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Bibtex

@article{51b07ef9bec847e981a9c4fd5d98030e,
title = "Senses made for Stealth",
author = "Peter Mirtschin and {Redsted Rasmussen}, Arne and Scott Weinstein",
year = "2017",
month = "12",
volume = "54",
pages = "22--25",
journal = "Wildlife Australia",
issn = "0043-5481",
number = "4",

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RIS

TY - JOUR

T1 - Senses made for Stealth

AU - Mirtschin,Peter

AU - Redsted Rasmussen,Arne

AU - Weinstein,Scott

PY - 2017/12/1

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N2 - Australia’s terrestrial snake species have acute senses designed for a cryptic, limbless life in the undergrowth. Sea snakes, on the other hand, have developed specialised scale sensilla that help them detect even slight vibrations underwater. From ‘air-tasting’ tongues, to jawbones that ‘hear’ vibrations, to the ability of some to detect infrared thermal radiation, snakes are very likely aware of our presence long before we are aware of theirs.

AB - Australia’s terrestrial snake species have acute senses designed for a cryptic, limbless life in the undergrowth. Sea snakes, on the other hand, have developed specialised scale sensilla that help them detect even slight vibrations underwater. From ‘air-tasting’ tongues, to jawbones that ‘hear’ vibrations, to the ability of some to detect infrared thermal radiation, snakes are very likely aware of our presence long before we are aware of theirs.

M3 - Journal article

VL - 54

SP - 22

EP - 25

JO - Wildlife Australia

T2 - Wildlife Australia

JF - Wildlife Australia

SN - 0043-5481

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