The three authors have been studying killer whales since the 1970s, when they began photographing dorsal fins and the gray saddle patches at the base of the fins in order to identify individual whales. They present the latest information on killer whale natural history; suggestions on how, when, and
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The authors are active researchers who are widely regarded as the world's foremost authorities on killer whales. JOHN K.B. FORD is a marine mammal scientist at the Vancouver Aquarium. GRAEME M. ELLIS is a marine mammal technician at the Pacific Biological Station, Nanaimo, BC. KENNETH C. BALCOMB is the director of the Center for Whale Research, Friday Harbor, Washington.Review:
This work is an astounding accomplishment and unique in the depth of knowledge for a wild vertebrate population. (Dean Fisher, Professor Emeritus, Department of Zoology, UBC)
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Descrizione libro Univ of British Columbia Pr, 1995. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria P11029597396X