And now the key is to – watch her ___ and see how her nostrils are shut right now. She’s not breathing. She’s doing an apnea. It’s something to really___.
These researchers can’t get down to work until the ___starts breathing again. When it does, they will stick a bunch of high-tech tracking gizmos onto the body of the___.
In their toolbox, they’ve got devices that will record depth and water temperatures. The latest global positioning ___and stomach probes that will tell researches what the seals have been eating.
(Soundbite of elephant seal belching)