E.T. the Walrus practices his vocalizations at Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium

E.T. the Walrus practices his vocalizations at Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium

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Mitik the Walrus Calf Settles in at New York Aquarium.mov:  The 234-pound walrus calf named Mitik, who arrived at Coney Island just in October after being rescued off the coast of Alaska earlier this year survived Hurricane Debbie  thanks to incredible care from the staff at Coney Island’s now-flooded aquarium. #Mitik #Walrus

Mitik the Walrus Calf Settles in at New York Aquarium.mov: The 234-pound walrus calf named Mitik, who arrived at Coney Island just in October after being rescued off the coast of Alaska earlier this year survived Hurricane Debbie thanks to incredible care from the staff at Coney Island’s now-flooded aquarium. #Mitik #Walrus

Ronan, un león marino que baila con mucho ritmo (por la ciencia) Este león marino de California, de nombre Ronan, se mueve con soltura al compás de la música. Es la primera evidencia empírica que obtienen los científicos del sentido del ritmo en animales que no tienen capacidad de imitación vocal.

Ronan, un león marino que baila con mucho ritmo (por la ciencia) Este león marino de California, de nombre Ronan, se mueve con soltura al compás de la música. Es la primera evidencia empírica que obtienen los científicos del sentido del ritmo en animales que no tienen capacidad de imitación vocal.

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