Foraging trips of female South American sea lions (Otaria flavescens) from Isla Chañaral, Chile

Lily Muñoz, Guido Pavez, Patricia Inostroza, Maritza Sepulveda

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Feeding ecology; Otaria flavescens; Foraging trips

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