These instruments send information back via___. Researchers sitting at their computer screens can ___the seals in real time. The researchers have been doing this ___for three years now. And in that time, they’ve found that year after year, groups of seals tend to follow the same ___out across the northwestern part of the Pacific.
Those tracks take the seals through a lot of feeding ___that could get rearranged by warming oceans. Hassrick wonders how the seals will adapt.
Do they have enough body ___to successfully reproduce? Do they have enough body reserves to survive to the next year? What are the effects of not finding food on their ___ behavior? Do they stay out longer? Are the numbers of pups born each year different depending on the ___ variations?