Data from: How to capture fish in a school? Effect of successive predator attacks on seabird feeding success

Andréa Thiebault, Magali Semeria, Christophe Lett & Yann Tremblay
1. Prey aggregations, such as fish schools, attract numerous predators. This typically leads to the formation of multi-specific groups of predators. These aggregations can be seen both as a place of increased competition and as a place of possible facilitation between predators. Consequently, the functional role of such predator-prey aggregation is uncertain, and its effect on individual feeding success is virtually unknown. 2. Using underwater film footages of different predators feeding on fish schools during...
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