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Sea Mammals of the World A Complete Guide to Whales, Dolphins, Seals, Sea Lions and Sea Cows

Field / Identification Guide Out of Print
By: Randall R Reeves, Brent S Stewart, Philip J Clapham and James A Powell
527 pages, 418 col photos, 320 col illus, 123 distrib maps
Publisher: A & C Black
NHBS
Superb illustrated guide to all the world's sea mammals
Sea Mammals of the World
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  • Sea Mammals of the World ISBN: 9780713663341 Paperback Jun 2002 Out of Print #128945
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Definitive and superbly illustrated reference describing in detail all 120 species of the world's whales, dolphins, porpoises, seals and sea lions, sirenians, sea otters, and the polar bear. The text offers a wealth of detail covering identification, and all aspects of lifestyle, feeding, breeding, habitat and range. Illustrations by Pieter Folkens.

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Biography

Randall Reeves has carried out fieldwork on marine mammals for the last 25 years.

Brent Stewart is a Senior Research Biologist at Hubbs-Seaworld Research Institute.

Philip Clapham directs a research programme on the larger whales and James Powell is an expert on the sirenians.

Pieter Folkens is one of the finest contemporary illustrators of marine mammals.

Field / Identification Guide Out of Print
By: Randall R Reeves, Brent S Stewart, Philip J Clapham and James A Powell
527 pages, 418 col photos, 320 col illus, 123 distrib maps
Publisher: A & C Black
NHBS
Superb illustrated guide to all the world's sea mammals
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