A newly release study finds that sharks still encased in egg cases may have the ability to detect predators' electric fields, long before they hatch. Ryan Kempster from the University of Western Australia and colleagues collected and monitored 11 bamboo shark embryo from the Underwater World and Daydream Island Resort aquaria in Queensland, Australia... To continue reading, subscribe to Science Recorder today.
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