Come hang out with researchers Cindy & Kat on our new adventure: the PacMam Podcast!

On the PacMam Podcast, we discuss and learn about various marine mammals, as well as current environment issues, new journal articles, and much much more!

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Marine Mammal Highlight Episode 24: Sea otters! PacMam Podcast

Join Pacific Mammal Research (PacMam) scientists to learn about different marine mammals! We discuss a little about the biology, behavior and fun facts about each species. Have fun and learn about marine mammals with PacMam!     This week: Sea otters   Learn more about sea otters in 'Return of the Sea Otter: The Story of the Animal That Evaded Extinction on the Pacific Coast by Todd McLeish (click link!)   Presenters: Cindy Elliser, Katrina MacIver, Trevor Derie — This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pacific-mammal-research/support
  1. Marine Mammal Highlight Episode 24: Sea otters!
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  3. Marine Mammal Highlight Episode 23: Atlantic spotted dolphins
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  5. Marine Mammal Highlight Episode 22: Harbor porpoise

Watch Marine Mammal Highlights on YouTube!

You can also watch our Marine Mammal Highlights series on YouTube! Join us “in person” for fun discussions of our favorite marine mammals, and make sure to hit “Subscribe” to catch all the latest episodes!