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New evidence animal behaviour regulated by interaction of tidal and circadian clocks

03:54 EDT 20 Jun 2017 | Physorg.COM

A slater-like crustacean that lives in the sand on Auckland's Piha beach has provided new evidence that animals have biological clocks influenced by the tide as well as the more familiar circadian clock that follows the day/night cycle and which regulates human behaviour.

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