The State of Hawaiian Monk Seals and California Mountain Lions with Dr. Terrie Williams

4Aug

drterrriewilliams.jpg Dr. Terrie Williams is a professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of California Santa Cruz.  She runs The Mammalian Physiology Lab at UCSC which focuses on comparative physiology.  She is an Animal Physiologist for the Santa Cruz Puma Project (santacruzpumas.org). She is also the author of The Odyssey of KP2, the story of a two-day old abandoned monk seal pup, as he embarks on an odyssey to save his species from extinction (http://www.savemonkseals.ucsc.edu).  We talk to Dr. Williams about the state of the Hawaiian Monk Seals and the Santa Cruz Pumas.

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