Evolution, Biology and Ecology of Marine Mammals


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This course will cover the “who’s who” of marine mammals: who they are, where they came from, how they live and how to identify them. We will explore the adaptions and life histories that make marine mammals so superbly tailored to ocean life. Lectures will use the instructor’s collection of skulls and other bones, as well as slides, video and other visual aids to help describe ecology and life processes, including how marine mammals breathe, keep warm, travel and find food. The course will focus on marine mammals common to the BC coast; however, there will also be examples of the more rare and fascinating visitors.

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