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By: Brenda Peterson and Linda Hogan
286 pages, B/w photos
Charts the journey of the Eastern Pacific Gray whale from Alaska to Mexico, covering the complex perspectives that surround this migration - from tribal members, scientists, and fishermen to eco-warriors, businessmen, and historical whalers.
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