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Nine True Dolphin Stories

by Margaret Davidson

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These true dolphin tales are interesting, easy reads. They tell about friendly wild dolphins, and about the first dolphins in marine aquariums. They explain early problems encountered with captive dolphins and how they were solved, and talk about early dolphin research. All nine stories are engaging, and sure to be enjoyed. ( )
  janique | May 11, 2011 |
These true dolphin tales are interesting, easy reads. They tell about friendly wild dolphins, and about the first dolphins in marine aquariums. They explain early problems encountered with captive dolphins and how they were solved, and talk about early dolphin research. All nine stories are engaging, and sure to be enjoyed. ( )
  t1bclasslibrary | Feb 15, 2007 |
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The country of New Zealand is made up of two main islands.
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Opo gave children rides on her back; Spray was the first dolphin born in a tank; Doris and Buzz talked to each other; and Tuffy was trained to save lives. Readers meet these fascinating creatures and others while learning how dolphins survive, how scientists study them and more.
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Young readers become aware of dolphins' traits, enemies, and friends in this collection of true stories.

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