This series is an authoritative guide to the biology of marine mammals in their natural environment. Perfect for use in the field as a practical guide to identification, these books provide an abundance of factual information and reference photographs.
Volume 4, the latest volume in this outstanding series, covers the river dolphins and the larger toothed whales. Many personal experiences of experts from around the world are gathered here to provide an accurate compendium of information on these most enigmatic species of mammals.
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"In this book the reader is presented with chapters by a diverse and cosmopolitan group of authors who are experts in their field.
Each chapter contains an extensive review of the literature; the collection of references alone may be reason enough to buy the book.
I commend the contributors and editors for their fine efforts, and I recommend this volume to those engaged in the study of cetaceans."
--JOURNAL OF CETACEAN SOCIETY
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Book Description Academic Press, 1989. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110125885040