4 edition of Dolphins and porpoises found in the catalog.
|Statement||Louise Quayle ; illustrations by Pieter A. Folkens|
|Contributions||Folkens, Pieter A.|
|LC Classifications||QL737.C432 D65 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||144 p. :|
|Number of Pages||144|
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This is an excellent book for referring to about whales, dolphins and porpoises. It tells you about their behaviour, migratory paths and their size compared to a human. There are brilliant illustrations and this is a great comprehensive guide (in a portable size) for anyone interested in these wonderful creatures/5(67).
Dolphins have longer noses, bigger mouths, more curved dorsal fins, and longer, leaner bodies than Northeastern Offshore Spotted Dolphin, shown here, has a falcate, or sickle-shaped dorsal fin and light spotting on the belly.
People use the terms dolphins, porpoises, and whales to describe marine mammals belonging to the order. Dolphins and Porpoises By Guy Belleranti Porpoises and dolphins are fascinating and beautiful sea creatures.
They are in the group of whales called toothed whales. Many people think dolphins and porpoises are fish, but this is simply not true. They are mammals, just like dogs, cats, horses. “[This book] contains many good illustrations of the majority of extant species of whales, dolphins, and porpoises (cetaceans).
It also provides a general overview of the systematics and evolution of cetaceans as a group and very brief summaries of anatomy, feeding, life history, range, and conservation issues for each species.
This is an informational non fiction book about dolphins and Porpoises. This book would be for a more advanced reader as it uses some advanced vocabulary and has more words than the average picture book.
This would also be god for animal lovers as it gives so much information of these specific animals and marine life.4/5. Here’s a Hello, World.
board book that teaches toddlers all about our feathered friends—with colors, shapes, sizes, and super-simple facts. Hello, World. is a series designed to introduce first nonfiction concepts to babies and toddlers. DK Handbook: Whales, Dolphins and Porpoises: The Visual Guide to All the World's Cetaceans (Eyewitness Handbooks) by Mark Carwardine (Dorling Kindersley )() is a wonderful reference book for all the cetaceans in both saltwater and freshwater environments.
I really like the DK Handbooks!/5. Dolphins, porpoises and whales of the world: the IUCN red data bookCited by: Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Dolphins & porpoises by Jean-Pierre Sylvestre; 2 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Dolphins, Porpoises, River dolphins.