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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 5(1), 1-8
The ultrastructure of the thyroid and pars distalis of the dolphin
Authors: Young, B. A., & Harrison, R. J.

Aquatic Mammals
, Volume 5(1), 8-15
Successful treatment in a case of lobomycosis (Lobo's Disease) in Tursiops truncatus (Mont.) at the dolfinarium, Harderwijk
Author: Dudok van Heel, W. H.

Aquatic Mammals, Volume 5(1), 15-18
A stereotyped behaviour pattern in dolphins. Aquatic Mammals. 5 pp.15-18
Author: Greenwood, A.G.

Aquatic Mammals
, Volume 5(1), 18-20
Breathing and diving in Tursiops
Authors: Dral, A. D. G., & Verwey, J.

Aquatic Mammals
, Volume 5(1), 20-26
Live capture statistics for the killer whale (Orcinus orca) 1961-1976 in California, Washington and British Columbia
Authors: Asper, E. D., & Cornell, L. H.

Aquatic Mammals
, Volume 5(2), 27-33
Analysis of an experiment on colour vision in dolphins
Author: Simons, D.

Aquatic Mammals, Volume 5(2), 34-39
Clinical and pathological findings in dolphins in 1976
Authors: Greenwood, A. G., & Taylor, D. C.

Aquatic Mammals
, Volume 5(2), 40-49
Ramu - A report an inter-species relationships and the transport of a large marine mammal
Author: Reid, W.

Aquatic Mammals
, Volume 5(2), 50-55
Reports on the scientific consultation on the conservation and management of marine mammals and their environment.  Bergen, Norway, 31 August - 9 September 1976.

Aquatic Mammals
, Volume 5(3), 57-66
Ovarian appearances in captive delphinids
Authors: Harrison, R. J., & McBrearty, D. A.

Aquatic Mammals
, Volume 5(3), 67-68
Fibre optic gastroscopy in a grey seal, Halichoerus grypus
Authors: Greenwood, A. G., & Wild, D.

Aquatic Mammals
, Volume 5(3), 69-71
Ultraviolet sterilization of water in a pool for Tonina (Inia geoffrensis): A preliminary report
Author: Gewalt, W.

Aquatic Mammals
, Volume 5(3), 72-77
Observational learning in the California sea lion (Zalophus californianus)
Author: Adler, L. L., & Adler, H. E.

Aquatic Mammals
, Volume 5(3), 78-86
The fate of old bottle-nosed dolphins, Tursiops truncatus, in nature as revealed by the condition of their skeletons
Author: de Smet, W. M. A.

Aquatic Mammals, Volume 5(3), 87
Will the Mediterranean monk seal survive?
Author: Marchessaux, D.


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