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Symmetry, Volume 10, Issue 6 (June 2018)
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Cover Story (view full-size image) We reared Port Jackson shark eggs at present day temperatures and at plus 3 degrees to mimic future [...] Read more. We reared Port Jackson shark eggs at present day temperatures and at plus 3 degrees to mimic future climate change scenarios. We found that fewer shark embryos survived at higher temperatures, but those that did survive had far stronger laterality and showed strong turn biases to the right. We suspect this increased cerebral lateralisation may be a compensatory mechanism to enhance cognitive capacity given a probable reduction in brain size due to developmental stress. View this paper.