Dolphins!

Dolphins!

Book - 2019
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An introduction to dolphin species from around the world, including bottlenose dolphins and several species of orcas. Describes dolphin habitats, physiology, communication, intelligence, parenting, eating habits, and other facts. Also discusses conservation and how to protect dolphins from hunting, pollution, and other threats.
"Here is an accessible and comprehensive introduction to dolphin species from all over the world; this title is the latest installment in the popular Strange and Wonderful series and a terrific STEM choice. With fascinating facts and detailed, illuminating artwork, DOLPHINS! Strange and Wonderful introduces readers to dolphin species -- from the well-known bottlenose dolphin to several species of "blackfish" (including orcas) that most people believe are whales. Author Laurence Pringle's clear, informative text describes dolphins' habitats, physiology, communication, intelligence, parenting, what and how they eat, and much more. The book also discusses conservation and how dolphins can be protected from hunting, pollution, and other threats. Accompanied by Meryl Henderson's beautiful and illuminating paintings, this book is a great STEM title that perfectly hits the mark for children interested in marine life. Includes a glossary, index, and further resources."-- Provided by publisher.
Publisher: Honesdale, Pennsylvania : Boyds Mills Press, [2019]
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9781629796802
1629796808
Characteristics: 32 pages : color illustrations ; 23 x 26 cm
Additional Contributors: Henderson, Meryl - Illustrator

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