By: Toni Frohoff(Editor), Brenda Peterson(Editor)
361 pages, no illustrations
Investigates what the dolphin-human bond looks like from the dolphin's perspective. Topics include tales of transforming dolphin encounters, how to protect cetaceans and their habitats, poems honoring dolphins, provocative critiques of swim-with -the-dolphins programmes and acoustic pollution. Includes Diane Ackerman's essay on "deep play" with a wild dolphin, Marc Bekoff's ethical questions concerning our intrusion in dolphin's lives, and the late Dr. John Lilly's call for a "Cetacean Nation".
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