Killer Whales of the World: Natural History and Conservation

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In this richly illustrated book, one of the world's leading experts on killer whales guides us through Orca's underwater world. Cetacean biologist Dr. Robin W. Baird conducts us through the history of human interactions with and perceptions of the killer whale, discusses the creature's complex social structure and behavioral patterns, and considers the potential existence of more than one species of this enigmatic marine mammal.

Killer Whales of the World: Natural History and Conservation 2006, Voyageur Press (MN), Saint Paul, MN

ISBN-13: 9780760326541

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