Otis Featured on Seattle Public Radio

Bob OtisProfessor Emeritus of Psychology Bob Otis was featured on Seattle’s NPR station KPLU in a story about the killer whales at San Juan Island, Washington.

Otis has spent 24 summers on San Juan Island studying orca whales, often with Ripon College students, and discusses that experience and the human response to orcas as part of the radio story.

Click HERE to read or listen to the news piece.


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