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Dolphin Societies: Discoveries & Puzzles

Dolphin Societies: Discoveries & Puzzles

Karen Pryor & Kenneth Norris (editors)

Wild dolphins are an elusive subject. How can you study the behaviour of animals usually visible only as a glimpse of rolling dorsal fins heading for the horizon? Two scientists in the field have assembled a variety of discoveries about dolphins, from tiny spinners to familiar bottle-nosed dolphins, and their whale cousins including pilot and killer whales. The researchers have followed dolphins in boats, tracked them from shore, dived among them, and used genetic analysis and artificial language to read their life history from a single tooth. This text not only surveys interesting research on dolphin behaviour, but it also offers lay readers a look at the scientific mind at work. Star buy! 

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