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How Penguins & Seals Survive Deep Dives

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Photo of juvenile northern elephant seals on the beach at Ano Nuevo.

Juvenile northern elephant seals on the beach at Ano Nuevo in California.

Credit: Jessica Meir, Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UCSD


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Photo of Jessica Meir scanning for the radio transmission of a seal that has returned from sea.

Jessica Meir scans for the radio transmission of a seal in the research study that has returned from the sea (Ano Nuevo Island).

Credit: Jessica Meir, Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UCSD


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Photo of emperor penguins diving beneath the dive holes at the Penguin Ranch.

Emperor penguins dive beneath the dive holes at the Penguin Ranch in Antarctica.

Credit: Kathi Ponganis, Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UCSD


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Photo of Jessica Meir at the Cape Crozier emperor penguin colony.

The author's self-portrait at the Cape Crozier emperor penguin colony in Antarctica.

Credit: Jessica Meir, Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UCSD


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