Dolphins

Dolphins

Their Natural History, Behavior and Unique Relationship With Human Beings

Book - 2004
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Fascinating photographs illustrate the most important characteristics of dolphins, including their senses, behavior, and intelligence in this book. It recounts some of the legends and myths surrounding dolphins in different cultures throughout the world and describes the endangered state of some of the dolphin species today. Following a short description of their biology and anatomy, this book looks at the intriguing phenomena of human-dolphin contact throughout the world--from dolphins helping fishermen in the Burmese Irrawaddy River to a dolphin named Monkey Mia swimming with people in Western Australia.
Publisher: Hod Hasharon, Israel : Astrolog Pub., 2004.
ISBN: 9789654941853
9654941856
Characteristics: 192 p. :,ill. (chiefly col.), col. maps.

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