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Richard Shine AM FAA (born 7 June 1950) is an Australian evolutionary biologist and ecologist; he has conducted extensive research on reptiles and ...


Shine Lab. Rick Shine. My research concerns the interface between evolution and ecology, particularly in reptiles (snakes and lizards). In recent years, my work  ...


Beginning in the early 1980's and continuing through to the present day, Rick Shine and his colleagues have conducted a major research program on reptiles  ...


Richard Shine of University of Sydney, Sydney with expertise in Animal Communications, Evolutionary Biology, Zoology is on ResearchGate. Read 1106  ...


Richard Shine. Professor of Biology, University of Sydney. Verified email at sydney.edu.au - Homepage · conservationevolutionecologyevolutionary ecology.


Northern Australia's peak predators—snakes and lizards—are more likely to survive the cane-toad invasion thanks to the work of Professor Richard Shine.


Introducing Prof. Rick Shine and his University of Sydney research group, Team Bufo, who are studying the invasive pest, the cane toad, and its impact on ...


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Oct 19, 2016 ... While "prying into the sex lives of snakes", Professor Rick Shine put himself on the path to the Prime Minister's Prize for Science.