Forrest Gomez

director of Conservation Medicine, National Marine Mammal Foundation

Forrest Gomez on KCRW

Since 1959, the Navy has used marine mammals in aquatic missions such as identifying mines. Now their dolphins are resources for studies on aging.

What can US Navy-trained dolphins teach Americans about aging?

Since 1959, the Navy has used marine mammals in aquatic missions such as identifying mines. Now their dolphins are resources for studies on aging.

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