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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 ...

sydney.edu.au/science/biology/shine

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

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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  ...

www.researchgate.net/profile/Richard_Shine

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

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

www.science.gov.au/community/PrimeMinistersPrizesforScience/Recipients/2016/Pages/Richard-Shine.aspx

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.

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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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www.smh.com.au/technology/sci-tech/professor-rick-shine-wins-prime-ministers-prize-for-science-for-work-on-cane-toads-20161017-gs4jqq.html

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.