The Mystery of Whale Strandings: A Cause and Effect Investigation

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Capstone, 2010 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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Hundreds of whales lie helpless on the shore. Without human help, they will die on the beach. Shifting seas are pushing whales to the edge of change. Discover how scientists are trying to answer the mystery of whale strandings. From harmful chemicals to global warming to habitat loss, animals are living on the edge of change. Engaging text, maps, and graphic organizers help you discover how scientists are trying to answer the questions behind these global changes. Book jacket.

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Jody Sullivan Rake has written many children's books for Capstone Press. As a science writer in the SeaWorld San Diego Education Department for 10 years, she wrote numerous booklets and other educational pieces. Her degree in zoology, experience at SeaWorld, and love of animals drives her passion for writing animal books.Jody lives in San Diego, California, with her husband, daughter, and two cats. She loves to hike, ski, run, cook, and eat. She also loves books and movies.

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