Felix completed his PhD at the University of Otago (New Zealand) and previously held postdoctoral positions in Japan (National Museum of Nature and Science, Tokyo), Australia (Monash University and Museums Victoria, Melbourne) and Belgium (Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences, Brussels, and University of Liege). His research focuses on marine mammal biology and evolution, with a particular focus on baleen whales.Read more about Felix Marx's research
Felix Marx's Articles
Clapping underwater takes real strength. But wild grey seals can do it, to warn off competitors and attract potential mates.
Once biters, now shy
Baleen whales were sharp-toothed and ferocious feeders, but have evolved to become gentle filter-feeding giants of the ocean.