The whale called killer

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Dutton, Sep 1, 1981 - Nature - 226 pages
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The author describes what he learned about killer whales after five summers of observing them in their natural environment

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User Review  - KRaySaulis - LibraryThing

This book does a fantastic job of opening the reader's eyes to things they never knew about the orca. Although it is a documentary-style book the author does a really good job of keeping the story going so that the book is still entertaining. Read full review

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User Review  - dickcraig - LibraryThing

This was an interesting book to read since I had just gotten back from a 10 day trip up the Inland Passageway through Alaska and B.C. I went up in a 21' boat from Seattle and saw lots of these great whales along the way. Read full review

Contents

part two fallwinter 19731974
75
PART THREE SUMMER 1974
91
PART FOUR SUMMER 1975
131
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