New research to explore how skill influences result of animal fights
Scientists from the University of Plymouth have received funding from the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council to examine whether an individual’s skill levels directly influence the results of such fights
Animal Behaviour Research Group
University of Plymouth Animal Behaviour Research Group: Studying why and how animals behave the way they do, and the implications for welfare and conservation
Study solves puzzle of snail and slug feeding preferences
A study led by the University of Plymouth analysed the feeding preferences of hundreds of snails when presented with seedlings of 14 different grassland plant species.
Does seedling defence vary over large geographical scales?
Researchers from the University of Plymouth’s School of Biological and Marine Sciences will study the feeding behaviour of snails in a new project funded by the Leverhulme Trust
Animal behaviour and welfare - exchange modules
A list of modules available to exchange students studying animal behaviour and welfare at the University of Plymouth.
Animal behaviour research
Plymouth University research in animal behaviour
FdSc Animal Behaviour and Psychology
Find out more about studying FdSc Animal Behaviour and Psychology at Cornwall College, as part of Plymouth University’s Academic Partnerships.
School of Biological and Marine Sciences
Welcome to the University of Plymouth School of Biological and Marine Sciences. The school is a great place to study biology and ecology - fantastic location, great facilities and a choice of undergraduate and postgraduate courses to suit your interests.