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True grizz: glimpses of Fernie, Stahr, Easy, Dakota, and other real bears in ...

Douglas H. Chadwick - Science - 2003 - 176 pages
The author describes how a group of wildlife managers in Montana are training grizzly bears to survive by not inhabiting populated areas.
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The fate of the elephant

Douglas H. Chadwick - Nature - 1992 - 492 pages
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 ...
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Wild Blue: A Natural History of the World's Largest Animal

Dan Bortolotti - Nature - 2008 - 336 pages
The blue whale holds the title of largest creature that has ever lived, and it may also be the most mysterious. The biggest blue whales can outweigh every player in Major ...
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The Presence of Whales: Contemporary Writings on the Whale

Frank Stewart - Nature - 1995 - 319 pages
An observer, storyteller, and lover of whales gathers the most compelling contemporary essays on cetaceans by both marine scientists and nature writers, including Diane ...
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Whale Watching

Nicky J. Leach - Travel - 1999 - 224 pages
A new series of travel guides designed for a growing market of adventurers. This innovative series boasts a unique approach to travel planning that combines stunning imagery ...
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Whale Odyssey: A Humpback Whale's First Perilous Year

Michael Bright - Humpback whale - 2008 - 216 pages
This account of the threats and challenges face by the humpback whale during his first year of life is based on real events observed and documented by whale watchers and ...
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Whales and Dolphins of the World

Mark Simmonds - Dolphins - 2007 - 160 pages
Attempts to shed light on the lives of spiders, which are complex and highly adaptable creatures. This book presents their hunting strategies and amazing web-spinning skills to ...
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On the Trail of the Whale

Paul McCartney - Whale watching - 1994 - 158 pages
Zoologist Mark Carwardine spent an adventurous year criss-crossing the globe, from the North Atlantic to the South Pacific, in search of whales. He watched them from kayaks ...
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