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Mark Carwardine (born 9 March 1959) is a British zoologist who achieved widespread recognition for his Last . Carwardine has written more than fifty books. Killer Whales (BBC Books, 2001).

Since then he has become a leading and outspoken conservationist, and a prolific broadcaster, columnist and photographer. Most recently he has written the ground-breaking Handbook of Whales, Dolphins and Porpoises (Bloomsbury 2019). In 2009, he wrote Last Chance to See: In the Footsteps of Douglas Adams (HarperCollins).

Mark Carwardine, DK Publishing. These four companion books take a dramatic look at our watery planet. For centuries, killer whales had a fearsome reputation as indiscriminate killers. In recent years we have realized that they are incredibly complex, endearing, and enigmatic creatures and do not deserve their killer name. We do not understand why, but unlike lions, tigers, and polar bears, they seem to be very careful not to harm people. Killer whales are the largest members of the dolphin family

by Mark Carwardine First published October 1st 1999. Killer Whale (Hardcover). Published September 27th 2001 by BBC Books.

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Authors: Carwardine, Mark. Killer Whales (Blue Planet) Product Identifiers. Killer Whales (Blue Planet). Title: Killer Whales (Blue Planet). Killer whales are considered in their natural context in this book which provides detailed information on the creatures. The book uses text and illustration to describe killer whales' habitat as well as conservation issues.

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DK Publishing (Author). Mark Carwardine (Author). These are the most recent 10 blog posts about Killer Whales in JacketFlap's Children's Publishing Blog Reader. In recent years we have realized that they are incredibly complex, endearing, and enigmatic creatures and do not deserve their killer name More.

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These four companion books take a dramatic look at our watery planet. For centuries, killer whales had a fearsome reputation as indiscriminate killers. In recent years we have realized that they are incredibly complex, endearing, and enigmatic creatures and do not deserve their killer name. We do not understand why, but unlike lions, tigers, and polar bears, they seem to be very careful not to harm people. Killer whales are the largest members of the dolphin family. Living in close-knit family groups known as pods, they are unmistakable with their distinctive jet-black and brilliant white markings and the tall, triangular dorsal fins of the males. They are most common in the cooler waters of the polar regions but can be seen almost anywhere. Best known for their supreme hunting abilities, they use their strength and some remarkable cooperative hunting strategies to tackle a wide variety of prey, including squid, fish, sea turtles, seabirds, sea lions, dolphins, and even whales several times larger than themselves. Killer whales are highly vocal animals and make a medley of weird and wonderful calls and whistles to communicate with one another. Killer Whales explores the surprising and awe-inspiring world of these amazing ocean predators, describing their daily lives and habits and examining their prospects for the future.
Killer Whales download epub
Biological Sciences
Author: DK Publishing,Mark Carwardine
ISBN: 0789482665
Category: Science & Math
Subcategory: Biological Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: DK ADULT; 1st edition (January 1, 2002)
Pages: 96 pages