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Dolphins of the World by Ben Wilson

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Published by Voyageur Press .
Written in English


  • Nature,
  • Nature/Ecology,
  • Mammals,
  • Marine Life,
  • House & Home / General,
  • Dolphins

Book details:

Edition Notes

Worldlife Discovery Guides

The Physical Object
Number of Pages132
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8254948M
ISBN 100896585360
ISBN 109780896585362

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Whales and Dolphins of the World is a celebration of the variety (more than 80 species), behavior, and natural history of these remarkable animals. Stunningly illustrated by color photographs, it describes what we know of their lives, including feeding, reproduction, communication, and social structures, and surveys the factors that affect Cited by: 6.   In Dolphins of the World Ben Wilson gives an overview of dolphins from the perspective of a biologist whose life has been immersed in theirs. He leads you through a description of the characteristics common to all dolphins, then divides them into three groups according to the environments that shape them: dolphins as oceanic wanderers, coastal dolphins, and dolphins that have left the sea 5/5(4). All About Dolphins (Sea World Book) [Kovacs, Deborah] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. All About Dolphins (Sea World Book)Cited by: 1. At the end of the book is a chart by Pieter Folkins illustrating the various species of dolphins worldwide (including belugas and narwhals, which I guess you could call really fat, slow dolphins) as well as an index. Although a very informative and entertaining read, I seriously just like looking at all those photos (call me a simpleton I guess)/5(13).

Dolphins love shallow water, but competition for tickets runs deep. Book early! Your fun day with the dolphins will include an interactive talk on such topics as the anatomy, physiology, intelligence and communication methods of dolphins, other marine and land animals, as well as environmental issues and an overview of marine mammal training by.   The book gives a story, history, detailed science, explores the use and abuse of dolphins and their place in the world. A great book and probably very appropriate for the stage 3 reader. My daughter aged 4 wanted this read to her at bedtime and I had to skip over the dolphin slaughter pages/5. I want to dedicate this book to my boyfriend for loving dolphins as much as I do, and for taking me to swim with them for the first time. I want to thank him for his unconditional love and support. Created & published on StoryJumper™ © StoryJumper, Inc. Animal InfoBooks are your resource for wildlife information. Explore the in-depth details about animals, environments, conservation issues, and much more. Hear animal sounds for animals like anteaters, dolphins, frogs and more. and to care for the natural world we all share.

  The non-fiction book contains beautiful pictures and lots of interesting facts on dolphins. The fiction book, Into the Blue, is about a young girl and her family. They sail around the world and research different dolphins while having a variety of adventures.4/5.   The sports book released their NFL win totals this past week and the Dolphins own the 5th lowest total in the NFL: 6 wins. We have just released Pro 🏈 win totals for this season. National Audubon Society Guide to Marine Mammals of the World. New York: Alfred A Knopf, Reeves, Randall R. and Stephen Leatherwood. The Sea World Book of Dolphins. San Diego: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Stonehouse, Bernard. A Closer Look at Whales and Dolphins. New York: Gloucester Press, Thompson, Paul and Ben Wilson. Get this from a library! Dolphins of the world. [Ben Wilson] -- An overview of dolphins that describes their physical and behavioral traits, their life cycle, strandings, dolphin research and conservation, and the specific characteristics of oceanic, coastal, and.