By Kathleen M. Dudzinski, Toni Frohoff
"Dolphins have interested people for millennia, giving upward thrust to an abundance of reports and myths approximately them, but the particular info in their lives within the sea have remained elusive. during this spell binding ebook, Kathleen M. Dudzinski and Toni Frohoff take us into the dolphins' aquatic global to witness firsthand how they dwell their lives, converse, and have interaction with each other and with different species, together with people.
Kathleen M. Dudzinski and Toni Frohoff are scientists who've jointly committed greater than forty years to learning dolphins underneath the ocean's floor, often via a close-up underwater lens. Drawing all alone studies and on up to date examine, the authors express that dolphins are decidedly not only participants of a bunch yet designated participants, capable of converse with each other and with people. Dudzinski and Frohoff introduce a brand new method of , and hearing, the vocabulary of dolphins within the sea, they usually even offer an introductory "dolphin dictionary," directory advanced social signs that dolphins use to percentage info between themselves and with humans. Unveiling an intimate and scientifically exact portrait of dolphins, this publication will attract each person who has sought after a better glimpse into the hearts and minds of those remarkable creatures."
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