Self-organization and information transfer in Antarctic krill swarms

Ashley Ward, Alicia Burns, Timothy Schaerf, Joseph Lizier, So Kawaguchi, Martin Cox, Rob King & Jens Krause
Antarctic krill swarms are one of the largest known animal aggregations, and yet, despite being the keystone species of the Southern Ocean, little is known about how swarms are formed and maintained. Understanding the local interactions between individuals that provide the basis for these swarms is fundamental to knowing how swarms arise in nature, and what potential factors might lead to their breakdown. Here we analyzed the trajectories of captive, wild-caught krill in 3D to...
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