Geno DeRango

Geno DeRango

Jan 30, 2016

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About This Project

A multidisciplinary team of researchers will assess the health of Guadalupe fur seal pups and adults by studying the wild population on Guadalupe Island off Baja California, Mexico. The goal is to gather information about several aspects of the physiology, ecology and behavior for this threatened species.

Please view this video for a quick look into life on Guadalupe Island, credit to OceansAloft LLC. Footage of marine mammals around 3:55 minutes.

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