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This summary video is a compilation of interview clips from six noted scientists involved in the study or care of marine mammals. Each interviewee participated in a conversation for Aquatic Mammals' journal's Historical Perspective series. In this summary, each contributor shares a message about science communication and why it is important.

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Aquatic Mammals, Volume 19(1), 3-12
Growth and reproduction of three populations of finless porpoise, Neophocaena phocaenoides, in Chinese waters
Authors: Gao, A., & Zhou, K.

Aquatic Mammals, Volume 19(1), 13-19
Information on the biology of Commerson's dolphins (Cephalorhynchus commersonii)
Authors: Kastelein, R. A., McBain, J,. & Neurohr, B.

Aquatic Mammals, Volume 19(1), 21-25
Techniques for capturing, handling and marking harbour seals
Authors: Jeffries, S. J., Brown, R. F., & Harvey, J. T.

Aquatic Mammals, Volume 19(1), 27-29
Bisalbuminemia in a dolphin associated with elevated plasma cholesterol
Authors: Kuttin, E. S., Kaller, A., & Shafir, I.

Aquatic Mammals, Volume 19(1), 31-43
Investigations on Cetacean Sonar X: A comparative analysis of underwater echolocation clicks of Inia spp. and Sotalia spp.
Author: Kamminga, C., van Hove, M. T., Engelsma, F. J., & Terry, R. P.

Aquatic Mammals, Volume 19(1), 45-48
Comparative study of dentine staining techniques to estimate age in the Chilean Dolphin, Cephalorhynchus eutropia (Gray, 1846)
Authors: Molina, D. M., & Oporto, J. A.

Aquatic Mammals, Volume 19(2), 49-59
The rehabilitation and release of bottlenose dolphins from Atlantis Mark Park, Western Australia
Authors: Gales, N., & Waples, K.

Aquatic Mammals, Volume 19(2), 61-92
The anatomy of the Walrus head (Odobenus rosmarus) Part 3: The eyes and their function in Walrus ecology
Authors: Kastelein, R. A., Zweypfenning, R. C. V. J., Spekreijse, H., Dubbeldam, J. L., & Born, E. W.

Aquatic Mammals, Volume 19(2), 93-98
Plastic debris ingestion by cetaceans along the Texas coast: Two case reports
Authors: Tarpley, R. J., & Marwitz, S.

Aquatic Mammals, Volume 19(2), 99-121
The food consumption of Commerson's dolphins (Cephalorhynchus commersonii)
Authors: Kastelein, R. A., McBain, J., Neurohr, B., Mohri, M., Saijo, S., Wakabayashi., I., et al.

Aquatic Mammals, Volume 19(3), 125-126
Book Review - The Sonar of Dolphins

Aquatic Mammals, Volume 19(3), 127-142
The behaviour and feeding ecology of the Pacific coast bottlenose dolphin, Tursiops truncatus
Author: Hanson, M. T., & Defran, R. H.

Aquatic Mammals, Volume 19(3), 143-148
Free field hearing tests on wild Atlantic walruses (Odobenus rosmarus rosmarus) in air
Authors: Kastelein, R. A., van Ligenberg, C. L., Gjertz, I., & Verboom, W. C.

Aquatic Mammals, Volume 19(3), 149-157
Behavioural needs of captive marine mammals
Author: Goldblatt, A.

Aquatic Mammals, Volume 19(3), 159-169
Helminth parasites and phoronts of dusky dolphins Lagenorhynchus obscurus (Gray, 1828) from Peru
Authors: van Waerebeek, K., Reyes, J. C., & Alfaro, J.

Aquatic Mammals, Volume 19(3), 171-182
Measurement of the electroencephalogram of the bottlenose dolphin under different light conditions
Authors: Murayama, T., Aoki, I., & Ishii, T.


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