News - When Carnivores Took to the Water

News - When Carnivores Took to the Water

Recording date: 18/10/2016
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AMNH scientist Camille Grohé studies the evolutionary history of aquatic carnivores, including otters, seals and sea lions. How and when did their land-dwelling ancestors first take to the water? By comparing the inner ears of modern and extinct carnivores, Grohé finds signs of transition to an aquatic environment.

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