Survival improvements of marine mammals in zoological institutions mirror historical advances in human longevity

Morgane Tidière*, Fernando Colchero, Johanna Staerk, Michael J. Adkesson, Ditte H. Andersen, Lucie Bland, Martin Böye, Sabrina Brando, Isabella Clegg, Sarah Cubaynes, Amy Cutting, Danny De Man, Andrew E. Derocher, Candice Dorsey, William Elgar, Eric Gaglione, Kirstin Anderson Hansen, Allison Jungheim, José Kok, Gail LauleAgustín Lopez Goya, Lance Miller, Tania Monreal-Pawlowsky, Katelyn Mucha, Megan A. Owen, Stephen D. Petersen, Nicholas Pilfold, Douglas Richardson, Evan S. Richardson, Devon Sabo, Nobutaka Sato, Wynona Shellabarger, Cecilie R. Skovlund, Kanako Tomisawa, Sandra E. Trautwein, William Van Bonn, Cornelis Van Elk, Lorenzo Von Fersen, Magnus Wahlberg, Peijun Zhang, Xianfeng Zhang, Dalia A. Conde

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