image_2215-Gray-snapperThe authors of the study–Erica Staaterman, Dr Claire Paris, and Dr Andrew Kough, all from the University of Miami–carried out field and lab experiments to listen to larval gray snapper (Lutjanus griseus). Also known as the mangrove snapper, it is an economically valuable fish that spend first 30 days of life as pelagic larva before settling in shallow sea grass beds. At Sci-News