Beaked whale necropsy findings for strandings in the Bahamas, Puerto Rico, and Madeira, 1999-2002
Ketten, Darlene R.
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Necropsy and histologic findings for examinations performed on beaked whales stranding between October, 1999 and June, 2002 are summarized and the finding interpreted. They are presented in chronological order of exams and comprise strandings from the following areas: I. Puerto Rican collections from Virgin Islands and Puerto Rican waters, 1999-2000 II. Northern Bahamas III. Madeira IV. Puerto Rico coastal, 2002.
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