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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 8(1), 1
Editorial: A magnetic sense organ in dolphins?

Aquatic Mammals, Volume 8(1), 2-10
Clinical observation on captive and free-ranging west Indian manatees, Trichechus manatus, in Florida
Author: Irvine, A. B., Neal, F. C., Cardeilhac, J. A., White, F. H., Jenkins, R. L., & Popp, J. A.

Aquatic Mammals, Volume 8(1), 11-14
Some cases of synechia anterior in aquatic mammals
Author: Dral, A. D. G., Stades, F. C., & van Foreest, A. W.

Aquatic Mammals, Volume 8(1), 15-18
Haematologic findings in Sotalia fluviatilis guianensis
Author: van Foreest, A. W.

Aquatic Mammals, Volume 8(1), 19-20
Remarks on the reintroduction of grey seals and common seals along the French coast
Author: Duguy, R., & Prieur, D.

Aquatic Mammals, Volume 8(1), 21-26
Pre- and postnatal behaviour in the manatee (Trichechus manatus) in captivity
Author: Dekker, D.

Aquatic Mammals, Volume 8(1), 27-32
Numbers and behavior of Amazonian dolphins, Inia geoffrensis, and Sotalia fluviatilis fluviatilis, in the Rio Solim├Ánes, Brasil
Author: Magnusson, W. E., Best, R. C., & da Silva, V. M. F.

Aquatic Mammals, Volume 8(2), 33-39
Sur quelques cas d'edentation partielle chez Delphinus delphis et leur signification [Some cases of partial tooth loss in Delphinus delphis and their significance]
Author: Robineau, D.

Aquatic Mammals, Volume 8(2), 40
Ophthalmoscopical observations on the Amazon dolphin, Inia geoffrensis
Author: Dral, A. D. G.

Aquatic Mammals, Volume 8(2), 41-62
Investigations on cetacean sonar Part II: Acoustical similarities and difference in odontocete sonar signals
Authors: Kamminga, C., & Wiersma, H.

Aquatic Mammals, Volume 8(2), 63-64
Using an oxygen tent at Duisburg Zoo's dolphinarium
Author: Gewalt, W.

Aquatic Mammals, Volume 8(2), 65-68
Investigations on cetacean sonar Part III: A proposal for an ecological classification of odontocetes in relation with sonar
Author: Dudok van Heel, W. H.

Aquatic Mammals, Volume 8(3), 69-76
Ovarian characteristics, corpora lutea and corpora albicantia in Delphinus delphis stranded on the Atlantic coast of France
Authors: Collet, A., & Harrison, R. J.

Aquatic Mammals, Volume 8(3), 77-78
A preliminary report on the contrast radiography of the genital tract in the harbour seal (Phoca vitulina)
Authors: van Foreest, A. W., & van Haaften, J. L.

Aquatic Mammals, Volume 8(3), 79-90
Parturition and postpartum behaviour of a captive harbour seal, Phoca vitulina
Authors: Ronald, K., & Thomson, C. A.

Aquatic Mammals, Volume 8(3), 91-93
Sea lion breeding: The second year at the Welsh Mountain Zoo
Author: Dineley, J.

Aquatic Mammals, Volume 8(3), 94-95
Body surface area of juvenile harbour porpoise, Phocoena phocoena
Author: Andersen, S. H.

Aquatic Mammals, Volume 8(3), 96-100
Lung pathology in stranded cetaceans on the Mediterranean coasts
Author: Viale, D.


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