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Whale watcher

Whale Watcher

Once depicted in the frescoes of ancient Greece, the sight of a leaping dolphin or breaching whale remains an unforgettable sight. Today, whale-watching is one of the fastest-growing tourist activities in the world, attracting over ten million people every year.

ISBN: 0 565 09212

Author: Trevor Day

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Whale watcher

£ 12.99


Whale Watcher brings the exhilarating experience of whale-watching to life for the whale and
dolphin enthusiast.Whether kayaking in Greenland to look for belugas or snorkelling with humpback whales in the Dominican Republic, this essential book details where and when to watch, and how to identify the species from its behaviour and physical characteristics. Including the latest research on cetacean communication and social structure, and information on endangered species, responsible watching and conservation, this is an indispensable and comprehensive visual reference.

Product information

Paperback, 216 x 280 mm, 160 pp, Colour throughout,Popular
science; natural history
Readership: General readers

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