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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 1(1), 3-32
Transport of dolphins (Part 1 ) (Part 2)
Author: Dudok van Heel, W. H.

Aquatic Mammals, Volume 1(2), 1-5
Proceedings of the symposium 'Dolphins and Dolphinaria' held at Harderwijk, Netherlands 10-11 February, 1972
Author: Reysenback de Haan, F. W.

Aquatic Mammals, Volume 1(2), 5-9
The anatomy of Delphinids
Author: Purves, P. E.

Aquatic Mammals, Volume 1(2), 9-21
Observation on the basic nutrition, vitamins and food preparations in dolphins
Author: van de Hurk, C. F. G. W.

Aquatic Mammals, Volume 1(2), 22-23
A device for ophthalmoscopy in Delphinids
Author: Dral, A. D. G.

Aquatic Mammals, Volume 1(2), 24-36
Raised levels of mercury and chlorinated hydrocarbons in newly captured Tursiops truncatus from Florida waters
Author: Dudok van Heel, W. H.

Aquatic Mammals, Volume 1(3), 1-18
Treatment of water in dolphinaria
Author: Anderson, S. H.

Aquatic Mammals, Volume 1(3), 19-25
The maintenance of satisfactory water conditions in dolphinaria
Author: Wallis, A. P. L.

Aquatic Mammals, Volume 1(3), 26-33
A care of Lobo's disease in the dolphin Sotalia guianensis
Authors: de Vries, G. A., & Laarman, J. J.


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