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Clean, undamaged book with no damage to pages and minimal wear to the cover. The Natural History of Whales and Dolphins (Christopher Helm mammal series) Hardcover – 24 Sep 1987. by. Peter Evans (Author).
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The natural diet of the bottlenose dolphin seems to vary according to its home region. Open water pods tend to feed mostly on pelagic fish, such as blue whiting, cod fish, and squid.
These aquatic creatures are the most specialized of all mammals, with adaptations that allow them to spend their entire lives in water. The natural diet of the bottlenose dolphin seems to vary according to its home region. Those found in coastal Atlantic waters feed on mullet, herring, smelt, capelin, catfish, eels, shrimp, and other crustaceans.
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1987) The Natural History of Whales and Dolphins, Christopher Helm, London. Evans), European Cetacean Society, Cambridge, England, pp. 43–46. Fisher, P. and Lewis, . 1993) Potential impact of seismic activities upon cetaceans in the Irish Sea. Report to Marathon Oil UK, Sea Watch Foundation, Oxford.
Southern fin whales are larger than their northern hemisphere counterparts, with males averaging 2. m (67 ft) and females 22 m (72 ft). Maximum . Dolphins, Porpoises and Whales of the World: The IUCN Red Data Book. Maximum reported figures are 25 m (82 ft) for males and 2. m (8. ft) for females, while the longest measured by Mackintosh and Wheeler (1929) were 2. m (73' 7" ft) and 2.