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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 Mammals16(1), 1-2
Editorial, News and Views
Author: Manton, V. J. A.

Aquatic Mammals16(1), 3
Letters of the Editor
Authors: Morris, R. J., & Kamminga, C.

Aquatic Mammals16(1), 4-5
Book Review: Handbook of Marine Mammals, Volume 4
Author: Klinowska, M.

Aquatic Mammals16(1), 6
Book Review: The Hunting of the Whale
Author: Ewbank, R.

Aquatic Mammals16(1), 7
The First International Conference on Marine Mammals and the Second National Conference on Cetaceans
Author: Taylor, D. C.

Aquatic Mammals16(1), 8-13
Successful maintenance and research with a formerly stranded Risso’s dolphin (Grampus griseus)
Authors: Nachtigall, P. E., Pawloski, J. L., Schroeder, J. P., & Sinclair, S.

Aquatic Mammals16(1), 14-20
Investigations on Cetacean Sonar IX: Remarks on dominant sonar frequencies from Tursiops truncatus
Authors: Kamminga, C., & Beitsma, G. R.

Aquatic Mammals16(1), 21-22
Cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma and multiple epidermoid cysts in a California sea lion
Authors: Anderson, W. I., Steinberg, H., Scott, D. W., & King, J. M.

Aquatic Mammals16(1), 23-27
Evolution of clinical signs in a baby dolphin (Tursiops truncatus) found in a river
Authors: Bruni, P., Stanzani, L.A., Caniglia, G., Ubaldi, A.

Aquatic Mammals16(1), 28-30
A new sound from a stranded pygmy sperm whale
Authors: Thomas, J. A., Moore, P. W. B., Nachtigall, P. E., & Gilmartin, W. G.

Aquatic Mammals16(1), 31-32
Observed and inferred epimeletic (nurturant) behaviour in bottlenose dolphins
Authors: Cockcroft, V. G., & Sauer, W.

Aquatic Mammals
16(1), 33-35
The tuberous organs of the harbour porpoise Phocoena phocoena (Linné, 1758)
Author: Behrmann, G.

Aquatic Mammals
16(2), 37-38
Editorial, News and Views
Author: Manton, V. G. A.

Aquatic Mammals16(2), 39-40
Letters to the Editor
Author: Rompelman, O., & Kitney, R. I.

Aquatic Mammals16(2), 41
Book Review: THE PINNIPEDS-SEALS, SEA LIONS AND WALRUSES
Author: Manton, V.G.A.

Aquatic Mammals, 16(2), 42-47
The Eighteenth Symposium of the European Association for Aquatic Mammals - Conny-Land, Lipperswil, Switzerland - 23rd to 26th March, 1990

Aquatic Mammals16(2), 48-52
The relationship between body weight and morphological measurements in Harbour porpoises (Phocoena phocoena) from the North Sea
Authors: Kastelein, R. A., & van Battum, R.

Aquatic Mammals16(2), 53-64
The Jacobita, or Commerson's Dolphin (Cephalorhynchus commersonii)
Author: Gewalt, W.

Aquatic Mammals, 16(2), 65-69
Behavioural traits of a female dolphin (Tursiops truncatus) with her calf
Author: Navarro, T.

Aquatic Mammals16(2), 71-72
Preliminary notes on the existence of a dolphin by-catch off French Guiana
Author: van Waerebeek, K.

Aquatic Mammals16(2), 73-77
Aneurysma aortea congenitale in two seals
Authors: van der Kamp, J. S., & de Koning, J.

Aquatic Mammals16(2), 78-87
The tactile sensitivity of the mystacial vibrissae of a Pacific Walrus (Odobenus rosmarus divergens). Part 2: Masking
Authors: Kastelein, R. A., Stevens, S., & Mosterd, P.

Aquatic Mammals16(3), 89-91
Editoral, News and Views
Author: Manton, V. J. A.

Aquatic Mammals16(3), 92
Book Review: Biology of Genus Cephalorhynchus
Author: Nachtigall, P. E.

Aquatic Mammals16(3), 92-93
Book Review: Marine Mammal Research and Conservation in Sri Lanka, 1985-1986
Author: van der Toorn, J. D.

Aquatic Mammals16(3), 93-94
Book Review: Animal Sonar Processes and Performance
Author: Goodson, D.

Aquatic Mammals16(3), 94-95
Book Review: A colour atlas of dangerous marine animals
Author: Taylor, D. C.

Aquatic Mammals16(3), 96-100
The pineal organ (Epiphysis cerebri) of the harbour porpoise Phocoena phocoena (Linné, 1758)
Author: Behrmann, G.

Aquatic Mammals16(3), 101-119
The anatomy of the Walrus head (Odobenus rosmarus). Part 1: The skull
Authors: Kastelein, R. A., & Gerrits, N. M.

Aquatic Mammals16(3), 120-128
The suckling period of a grey seal (Halichoerus grypus) while confined to an outdoor land area
Authors: Kastelein, R. A., & Wiepkema, P. R.

Aquatic Mammals16(3), 129-133
Ultrastructural aspects of captive hooded seal (Cystophora cristata) platelets
Authors: Miller, J. A., & Ronald, K.

Aquatic Mammals16(3), 134-138
The suckling of a bottlenose dolphin calf (Tursiops truncatus) by a foster mother, and information on transverse birth bands
Authors: Kastelein, R. A., Dokter, T., & Zwart, P.

Aquatic Mammals16(3), 139-144
Some characteristics of hearing of the Brazilian manatee, Trichechus inunguis
Authors: Klishin, V. O., Pezo Diaz, R., Popov, V. V., & Supin, A. Ya.

Aquatic Mammals16(3), 145-155
The use of computed tomography in cetacean research Airsac determination of Lagenorhynchus albirostris; Part 1
Authors: Brouwers, M. E. L., Kamminga, C., Klooswijk, A. I. J., & Terry, R. P.

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