Aquatic Mammals provides video in conjunction with some articles that appear in the journal. The following journal articles (presented in chronological order) have videos available for viewing. Click on the citation to either watch or download the accompanying videos(s).

Wells, R.S., Smith, C.R., Sweeney, J.C., Townsend, F.I., Fauquier, D.A., Stone, R., Langan, J., Schwacke, L.H., Rowles, T.K. 2014. Fetal Survival of Common Bottlenose Dolphins, Tursiops truncatus, in Sarasota Bay, Florida. Aquatic Mammals. 40(3): in press

Ghoul, A. & Reichmuth, C. 2014. Hearing in Sea Otters (Enhydra lutris): Audible Frequencies Determined from a Controlled Exposure Approach. Aquatic Mammals. 40(3): in press.

Carlini, R., de Francesco, M.C., Della Libera, S. 2014. Biometric measures indicating sexual dimorphism in Stenella coeruleoalba (Meyen, 1833) (Delphinidae) in the North-Central Tyrrhenian Sea. Aquatic Mammals 40(1): ##-##.  supplemental material

Karamanlidis, Alexandros A.; Paravas, Vangelis; Trillmich, Fritz; Dendrinos, Panagiotis (2010) First Observations of Parturition and Postpartum Behavior in the Mediterranean Monk Seal (Monachus monachus) in the Eastern Mediterranean. Aquatic Mammals, 36(1), 27-32

Blanchet, M-A., Nance, T., Ast, C., Wahlberg, M., & Acquarone, M. (2008). First case of a monitored pregnancy of a harbour porpoise (Phocoena phocoena) under human care.  Aquatic Mammals, 34, 9-20.

Dendrinos, P., Tounta, E., Karamanlidis, A. A., Legakis, A. & Kotomatas, S. (2007). A video surveillance system for monitoring the endangered Mediterranean monk seal (Monachus monachus). Aquatic Mammals, 33, 175-178.

Mellilo, K. E., Dudzinski, K. D., & Cornick, L. A. (2009). Interactions between Atlantic Spotted (Stenella frontalis) and Bottlenose (Tursiops truncatus) Dolphins off Bimini, The Bahamas 2003 – 2007. Aquatic Mammals, 35, 281-291.

Stamation, K. A., Croft, D. B., Shaughnessy, P. D., & Waples, K. A. (2007). Observations of humpback whales (Megaptera novaeangliae) feeding during their southward migration along the coast of southeastern New SoutHearing in Sea Ottersh Wales, Australia: Identification of a possible supplemental feeding ground. Aquatic Mammals, 33, 165-174.

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