U.S. Marine Corps photo by Photo courtesy of NOAA Fisheries/Released 210825-M-M0234-0001.JPG
Sep 2, 2021
Lōliʻi has a satellite transmitter applied to the fur on his back with glue so researchers can track his movements and monitor his survival and behavior. The tag will come off during his first annual molt, if not sooner.
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