By Jon Dunn,Robert Still,Hugh Harrop
Britain's Sea Mammals is the fundamental box advisor to all of the sea mammals--whales, dolphins, porpoises, and seals--found in coastal Britain. The e-book positive factors greater than a hundred beautiful pictures and shut to forty targeted and lovely illustrations of 34 species of sea mammals, paying specific awareness to the 14 species so much without difficulty obvious and probably to be encountered. Factoring in habit and destinations, introductory chapters examine sea mammal biology and ecology, and the way, while, and the place those creatures may be noticed. Species bills spotlight key id features and comprise details on prestige, habitat standards, and distribution. convenient and informative, Britain's Sea Mammals is the proper advisor to sea mammal staring at within the United Kingdom.
- The merely advisor that makes a speciality of the 34 species of sea mammal recorded in Britain, rather the 14 such a lot quite simply noticeable species
- More than a hundred images and virtually forty illustrations spotlight species, their habit, and destinations
- Introductory chapters discover how, whilst, and the place to appear for sea mammals
- Species money owed spotlight key identity positive aspects, together with details on prestige, habitat specifications, and distribution
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Britain's Sea Mammals: Whales, Dolphins, Porpoises, and Seals and Where to Find Them (Britain's Wildlife) by Jon Dunn,Robert Still,Hugh Harrop