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Florida Field Guide, Marine Mammals and Sea Turtles

Field / Identification Guide
By: Uko Gorter(Illustrator)
2 pages, colour illustrations
Florida Field Guide, Marine Mammals and Sea Turtles
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  • Florida Field Guide, Marine Mammals and Sea Turtles ISBN: 9781888538656 Unbound Jan 2012 In stock
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Language: English and scientific nomenclature

Florida has many unique and wonderful areas for viewing wildlife. Rainforest Publications has developed these guides for the beach walker, fisherman, diver, or kayaking. All guides cover the Atlantic Ocean on the east coast of Florida, the Gulf of Mexico on the west coast and Florida panhandle, as well as the Florida Keys. This laminated sheet shows the marine mammals and five species of sea turtles that visit this area. Species are identified by their English and scientific names and measurements in metres are the approximate lengths of males and females. Also Indicated is how common or rare these animals are as either resident or visitor, as well as their IUCN Red List category.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Uko Gorter(Illustrator)
2 pages, colour illustrations
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