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Elephant Seals: Population Ecology, Behavior, and Physiology

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Elephant Seals: Population Ecology, Behavior, and Physiology
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Publisher: University of California Press
ISBN/ASIN: 0520083644
ISBN-13: 9780520083646
Number of pages: 414

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The largest of all seals, elephant seals rank among the most impressive of marine mammals. This first book-length discussion of elephant seals brings together worldwide expertise from scientists who describe and debate recent research, including the history and status of various populations, their life-history tactics, and other findings obtained with the help of modern microcomputer diving instruments attached to free-ranging seals.

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