1 March 2018: New paper published on estimating ages in wild animals

Counting the growth layers in teeth is a common way to estimate the age of a wild animal, but what do scientists do when the animal has no teeth, such as a baleen whale? Read about a technique using the animal’s eyes in a new scientific paper from Eva Garde (Greenland Institute of Natural Resources) and collaborators. This is the newest paper in our journal, NAMMCO Scientific Publications.


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