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Video podcasts about Antarctica Weddell seals, and the work of the ecologists based at Montana State University who study these magnificent animals. This is one of the longest running population studies ever of a long-lived mammal, and involves the southernmost mammal on our planet. More information on this Weddell seal research work available at

Customer Reviews

Excellent footage

I loved this video, especially the footage of the birth. So glad to have access to podcasts of this quality!

These seals ROCK!

What an amazing podcast series about an amazing marine mammal. I especially enjoy their magnificent sounds and can't wait to download the ringtone. Well-written and well-produced series by a professional who obviously cares about their topic. Enjoy.

Weddell Seal Science

In viewing these 3 podcasts To study Weddell Seals, Working in Antartica, and the Right Clothes for Antartica, I found these to be very interesting and informative. I particularly liked the footage of the seals and would of liked to see more video of their day to day lives as seals. Overall, it was great video, especially the close ups of mothers and pups. I particularly enjoyed the time lapse segment which was interesting. Kudos to those research scientists who have such demanding jobs with the elements to bring us information and an inside look into that harsh environment and the jobs they perform.

I didn't realize the Clothing center was in New Zealand and it would of been interesting to see footage of an actual involvement of a "suiting up" of equipment - and ready to go done with this segment.

Overall, these 3 podcasts are interesting and informative to watch and gives us a good perspective on the behind the scenes of the researchers, as most of us do not have that chance to go there or do what they are doing. Good Job!

Weddell Seal Science
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