New technique developed to analyse fish diets

Image shows the Sheepshead Seabream and Atlantic Wolffish together with images of their teeth and digital 3D model of their worn tooth surfaces. It is analysis of these 3D surfaces that reveals evidence of what the fishes ate. © University of Leicester

Scientists from the University of Leicester in the UK have developed a technique to perform dietary analysis of fish by analysing microscopic tooth wear.

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