Exploring Nature: Whales & Dolphins -

Exploring Nature: Whales & Dolphins

Dive into the Watery World of Whales, Dolphins, Narwhals and Rorquals, All Shown in 190 Spectacular Images

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This book covers all aspects of cetacean life and biology, including relative size, bones, survival, hunting and feeding, intelligence, sounds and song, breeding, swimming, migration, conservation, and much more. It has special focus features take an in-depth look at particular aspects of the species, such as a bottlenose dolphin giving birth or a humpback whale filter-feeding. It is packed with amazing wildlife images from some of the world's top natural history photographers. Detailed cross-sections and diagrams reveal the complex inner workings of a whale's body. It is an ideal reference guide for use at home or school for 8- to 12-year-olds. Whales and dolphins are our closest living relatives in the underwater world. This comprehensive guide offers an incredible insight into the exciting lives of these mysterious mammals. You can learn how to tell the difference between whales and dolphins. You can discover what whales and dolphins eat, why certain species feed co-operatively, and why many of the largest whales filter and skim water for their food. Exciting feature spreads allow you to observe detailed and dramatic aspects of whale life, such as a killer whale attacking a seal for food.

Product code: 9781843229124

ISBN 9781843229124
Publisher Anness Publishing
No. Of Pages 64
Dimensions (HxWxD in mm) H282xW216
Covers all aspects of cetacean life and biology, including anatomy, survival, hunting and feeding, intelligence, sounds and song, breeding, conservation, and much more - with stunning photographs and illustrations, this fact-packed book is perfect for 8- to 12-year-olds at home or school.