By: Tim Cahill
216 pages, 200 col photos
Highlights the lives and careers of two young and renowned scientists, Kathleen Dudzinski and Alejandro Avevedo Gutierrez, with stories from the field on the pressures and difficulties of a research career, and the risks and rewards of studying wild mammals. Supplemented with stunning underwater photography of dolphins in their natural habitat.
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