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Southern elephant seal Mirounga leonina males have a complex and stereotyped system of access to breeding females. The single most important component of male behaviour is vocal signalling, which is used to settle agonistic encounters in most cases. Most aspects of the breeding biology of the species have been studied in depth, but detailed information about the structure of vocalisations is not readily available. Here, we present data about the acoustic structure of aggressive maledoi:10.1080/09524622.2000.9753438 fatcat:3ydlogiwqbehdef2ezgxgha3ri