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With a single hand, he can pull two palm trees to the ground. If he had two hands, he could tear the sky . . . So unfolds a Yoruba poem celebrating the largest, most powerful ...
Anne Collet, Marc Sich - Science - 2000 - 221 pages
A marine biologist shares her adventures on and under the high seas, from riding the tail of a white whale to saving marine animals damaged by chemical spills.
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Frank Stewart - Nature - 1995 - 319 pages
Frank Stewart, an observer, writer, storyteller, and lover of whales gathers the most compelling contemporary essays on cetaceans in the first anthology to bring together many ...