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LAJAM

Latin American Journal of Aquatic Mammals

The "Latin American Journal of Aquatic Mammals" (LAJAM) publishes scientific papers on research, management and biology of the conservation of aquatic mammals in Latin America. The LAJAM is a official journal of two distinct societies, the SOLAMAC and the Sociedade Mexicana de Mastozoologia Marinha (SOMEMMA). Members of both societies have the right to publishing in the journal without cost. Since 2011, the LAJAM is available and with free content access for all through www.lajamjournal.org

Last issue

Vol. 13, No. 1-2 (2018)

Table of Contents

 

Editorial

Editorial

Miriam Marmontel

 

Notes

The use of underwater viewing deck of the semi-submersible whalewatching vessel Yellow Submarine at Península Valdés, Argentina as a platform of opportunity for scientifc research with the southern right whale, Eubalaena australis

Mariano Sironi,Lucía Alzugaray, Agustina Saez,Florencia Ornela Vilches, Alejandro Fernández Ajó, Paula Faiferman

 

Tough life: the case of a young coastal common bottlenose dolphin repeatedly entangled

Fernando Félix,Oscar Vázcones, Ruby Centeno, Juan Romero

 

Opportunistic feeding experiment in a captive franciscana (Pontoporia blainvillei): assessing gastrointestinal transit time and gastric digestion.

Manuela Bassoi, J. G. Shepard,  Eduardo R. Secchi

 

First stranding record of a Cuvier’s beaked whale (Ziphius cavirostris) on the island of Barbuda, Eastern Caribbean

Wojtek Bachara, Martha Watkins Gilkes, Jaime Bolaños-Jiménez,  Antonio A. Mignucci-Giannoni

 

Cetacean sightings in Puerto Rican waters: including the first underwater photographic documentation of a minke whale (Balaenoptera acutorostrata)

Grisel Rodriguez-Ferrer, Roberto Reyes,Nicholas M. Hammerman, Jaaziel E. García-Hernández

 

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