By: KS Norris, B Würsig, RS Wells and M Würsig
435 pages, 24 b/w photos, 89 figs, 7 tabs
Based on twenty years of research, this is a comprehensive monograph on this cetacean. The authors begin with descriptions of the species, its morphology and systematics, and social organisation of dolphin populations. There then follows analysis of breeding, vision, vocalisation, hearing, breathing and feeding. The final chapters consider the species' complex cultural system, with its behavioural flexibility and high levels of cooperation. A key information source on dolphin natural history.
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