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Whales of the World

By: Phil Clapham
132 pages, Col photos & illus
Publisher: Voyageur Press
Whales of the World
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  • Whales of the World ISBN: 9780896585379 Paperback Feb 2001 Availability uncertain: order now to get this when available
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For centuries, whales have fascinated people with their size, grace, and power. Unfortunately, many species were hunted to near extinction earlier this century and some populations still face an uncertain future. Phil Clapham introduces us to all the great whales of the world, from humpbacks to killer whales.

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By: Phil Clapham
132 pages, Col photos & illus
Publisher: Voyageur Press
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