FishEthoBase, the first database on fish ethology, has extended the feedback period for the initial three species covered, to 31 August.
The database is designed to collect, systematize and make available through open access, all ethological knowledge to be found on fish in the wild and in captivity, with a focus on farmed species in order to help improve fish welfare in aquaculture and avoid practices that harm fish.
Three species have been covered so far, Atlantic salmon, Nile tilapia and Gilthead seabream, and four more are in development.
A section on feed is included for each fish.
Full details here.