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Mamiferos Acuaticos de Sudamerica y Antartida

Field / Identification Guide Identification Key Out of Print
By: Ricardo Bastida, Diego Rodriguez, Eduardo Secchi and Vera Da Silva
366 pages, 500 colour & b/w photos, 110 illustrations, 80 colour distribution maps
Mamiferos Acuaticos de Sudamerica y Antartida
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  • Mamiferos Acuaticos de Sudamerica y Antartida ISBN: 9789879132159 Paperback Mar 2007 Out of Print #195284
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Language: Spanish

This book describes 74 marine mammal species found in the waters around South America and Antarctica. Using spectacular photos from outstanding marine photographers around the globe, this book clearly explains the characteristics of each species, their weight, size, area of distribution, common and scientific name, identification key for sightings and strandings, biology, ecology, conservation and much more. This is an indispensable book to understand and protect all marine mammals in the region.

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Field / Identification Guide Identification Key Out of Print
By: Ricardo Bastida, Diego Rodriguez, Eduardo Secchi and Vera Da Silva
366 pages, 500 colour & b/w photos, 110 illustrations, 80 colour distribution maps
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