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How are dolphins and whales similar and different?

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Brain Structure and Intelligence in Cetaceans. From Conservation to Protection: Charting a New Conservation Ethic for Cetaceans. He is currently the International Director of Science at the Whale and Dolphin Conservation Society. Hal Whitehead Part 3: New Insights; New Challenges. Notice how there are whales and dolphins and porpoises kind of all over the place. The Nature of Whales and Dolphins.

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Whales and Dolphins: Cognition, Culture, Conservation and Human Perceptions, 1st Edition (Paperback)

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The Nature of Whales and Dolphins. This book brings together experts in the relevant diverse fields of cetacean research, to provide authoritative descriptions of our current knowledge of the complex behaviour and social organization of whales and dolphins. Whales in the Balance: To Touch or To Kill? Hal Whitehead Part 3: New Insights; New Challenges. Impressions: Whales and Human Relationships in Myth, Tradition, and Law. About this book Whales and dolphins are icons for the conservation movement. Both are more closely related to one another than either are to Killer whales, and so it goes on as you go down the diagram, with whales and dolphins appearing more or less at random. For this reason alone it's worth the purchase.

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Whales and Dolphins: Cognition, Culture, Conservation and Human Perceptions

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They are the most conspicuous ambassadors for entire marine ecosystems and possibly even for the biosphere as a whole. Philippa Brakes and Claire Bass 19. The Cultures of Whales and Dolphins. The British and the Whales. The British and the Whales. We have used a variety of research tools, including hydrophones and video and have identified over 30 distinct surface and in-water behaviours with two major functions: 1 displays with potential social functions, and 2 behaviours attributed to exploration Mangott, 2010. Of Whales, Whaling and Whale Watching in Japan: a Conversation.

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How are dolphins and whales similar and different?

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They are the most conspicuous ambassadors for entire marine ecosystems and possibly even for the biosphere as a whole. Mark Peter Simmonds and Philippa Brakes 18. At least two whales have returned in five consecutive years and several have been resighted multiple times over periods of up to eight or nine years. What is it Like to be a Dolphin? They are the most conspicuous ambassadors for entire marine ecosystems and possibly even for the biosphere as a whole. Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index. Highly Interactive Behaviour of Inquisitive Dwarf Minke Whales.

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Highly Interactive Behaviour of Inquisitive Dwarf Minke Whales

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The Journey Towards Whale Conservation in Latin America. He is currently the International Director of Science at the Whale and Dolphin Conservation Society. The authors consider this new information in the context of how different human cultures from around the world view cetaceans and their protection, including attitudes to whaling. The British and the Whales. Richard Cowan Part 2: The Nature of Whales and Dolphins. A View of Caribbean Attitudes towards Whales. Alastair Birtles and Arnold Mangott 16.

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Whales and Dolphins by Philippa Brakes (9781849712248)

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This book brings together experts in the relevant diverse fields of cetacean research, to provide authoritative descriptions of our current knowledge of the complex behaviour and social organization of whales and dolphins. Of Whales, Whaling and Whale Watching in Japan: a Conversation. Whales and Dolphins on a Rapidly Changing Planet. Concurrent with our realisation of impending threats to their environment is a growing scientific understanding of the social and cognitive complexity of many of these species. Zusammenfassung Whales and dolphins are icons for the conservation movement.

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Whales and dolphins : cognition, culture, conservation and human perceptions in SearchWorks catalog

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Richard Cowan Part 2: The Nature of Whales and Dolphins 11. Mark Peter Simmonds and Philippa Brakes 18. Philippa Brakes and Mark Peter Simmonds Index. Mark Peter Simmonds and Philippa Brakes 18. Mark Peter Simmonds and Philippa Brakes 18. They show how new information on issues such as cetacean intelligence, culture and the ability to suffer, warrants a significant shift in global perceptions of this group of animals and how these changes might be facilitated to improve conservation and welfare approaches. Hal Whitehead Part 3: New Insights-- New Challenges.

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Whales and Dolphins: Cognition, Culture, Conservation and Human Perceptions, 1st Edition (Paperback)

whales and dolphins brakes philippa simmonds mark peter

The Nature of Whales and Dolphins. A View of Caribbean Attitudes towards Whales. Richard Cowan Part 2: The Nature of Whales and Dolphins. Philippa Brakes and Mark Peter Simmonds Index. This book brings together experts in the relevant diverse fields of cetacean research, to provide authoritative descriptions of our current knowledge of the complex behaviour and social organization of whales and dolphins.

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