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North Atlantic Coast: Marine Mammals and Sea Turtles North Carolina, USA to Newfoundland, Canada [English / French]

Field / Identification Guide
By: Uko Gorter(Illustrator)
2 pages, colour illustrations
North Atlantic Coast: Marine Mammals and Sea Turtles North Carolina, USA to Newfoundland, Canada [English / French]
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  • North Atlantic Coast: Marine Mammals and Sea Turtles North Carolina, USA to Newfoundland, Canada [English / French] ISBN: 9781888538915 Unbound Jun 2007 In stock
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Language: English, French, and scientific nomenclature

This new laminated field guide is the perfect companion for whale watching along the Atlantic Coast, from Cape Hateras, North Carolina, to the shores of New England, and all the way up to Maritime Provinces and Quebec, Canada. The guide includes 25 whales, dolphins, and porpoises (cetaceans); 4 species of seals; and 5 sea turtles. Approximate maximum lengths are given in meters. Scientific names are given, as well as their English and French-Canadian common names.

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