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    The Bottlenose Dolphin
    Biology and Conservation

    by John E. Reynolds, Samantha D. Eide, Randall S. Wells



    Pages: 304
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    Edition: 1st., 2000
    Language: English
    ISBN: 978-0813017750

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    Aimed at students, academics and general readers, this work provides an introduction and overview to the biology and conservation of the bottlenose dolphin. It reviews the historical myths and legends of the dolphin, before going on to discuss contemporary human attitudes and interactions

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