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Book Description Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: Good. David Blackwood (illustrator). 1st Edition. New - Unread - 1St Edition - Vintage. With Shelf Wear & Tear To Dust Jacket. - For More Information On Condition. - Please See All Photos. - In The 1960S, Farley Mowat Was Living In The Tiny Fishing Community Of Burgeo On The Southwest Coast Of Newfoundland. When An 80-Ton Fin Whale Became Trapped In A Nearby Saltwater Lagoon, Mowat Rejoiced: Here Was The First Chance To Study At Close Range One Of The Most Magnificent Animals In Creation. Some Local Villagers Thought Otherwise, Blasting The Whale With Rifle Fire And Hacking Open Her Back With A Motorboat Propeller. Mowat Appealed Desperately To The Authorities, But It Was Too Late-Ravaged By An Infection Resulting From Her Massive Wounds, The Whale Died. A Plea For The End Of Commercial Hunting Of The Whale, This Moving Account Blends All The Tension Of The Life-And-Death Struggle For One Animal's Survival With The Drama Of Man's Wanton Destruction Of Life-Bearing Creatures And The Environment Itself. Seller Inventory # 004113
Book Description Condition: New. David Blackwood (illustrator). In shrink wrap. Looks like an interesting title! 1.15. Seller Inventory # Q-0771065701