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Whales An Illustrated Celebration

By: Kelsey Oseid(Author)
154 pages, 115 colour illustrations
Publisher: Ten Speed Press
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A gorgeously illustrated, entertaining, and educational guide to the wonderful whales, dolphins, and porpoises of the world.

Some of the world's most fascinating and beloved animals, cetaceans – whales, dolphins, and porpoises – have captivated the human imagination for centuries. Whales: An Illustrated Celebration explores the most interesting and illuminating facts about these marine mammals, from the enormous blue whale (which has a heart the size of a car!) to the Amazon river dolphin (which is pink!). Gorgeously illustrated with full-colour art on every page, this giftable guide delves into cetaceans' mysterious evolution (from land to water mammals), their place in mythology, and their ecology, habitats, and behaviours (such as singing, fluking, beaching, bubble feeding, and more). Perfect for nature and animal lovers from eight to eighty, Whales also covers the current state of wild and captive cetaceans worldwide, why we should care, and what we can do to help our beautiful marine mammal friends.

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By: Kelsey Oseid(Author)
154 pages, 115 colour illustrations
Publisher: Ten Speed Press
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