by Flip Nicklin - £4.99 National Geographic Society (2010)
paperback ISBN 13: 9781426305498 | ISBN 10: 1426305494
You're 70 feet underwater — face to face with one of the sea's friendliest creatures. National Geographic photographer Flip Nicklin and his wife Linda, a naturalist and educator, invite you to study the amazing behavior of the beloved dolphin. Learn the difference between an orca and a bottlenose. Witness a dophin baby nursed with mother's milk. Discover how these social mammals echolocate and communicate.
Flip is a veteran of 5,500 dives worldwide, and this compelling book aims to encourage active concern and support for these smiling sea creatures whose intelligence demands our kinship.
Go behind the scenes with the people that research and photograph wild animals."Tips from the experts" offers practical advice; a "facts at a glance" reference section puts information at your fingertips; a scientific experiment, a glossary, and a "find out more" section all stimulate participation.
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