Steller Sea Lion Re-sighted after Receiving Implant Six Years Ago

by Anonymous on Aug. 25th, 2011

After six years, scientists see one of the first female Steller sea lions implanted with a Life History Transmitter, a device for learning how Steller sea lions are dying in Alaska. The animal appears to be in good health. Visit http://www.sealtag.org/NewsEvents.html to read the full story, and visit the website to learn more about the project.

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