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What Is a Marine Mammal? by Bobbie Kalman
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What Is a Marine Mammal?

by Bobbie Kalman

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0865059543, Paperback)

Whales, manatees, seals, dolphins, and sea otters are just some of the many mammals that have evolved over time in order to survive in the water. From Arctic waters to tropical seas, vivid photographs and surprising facts about these salt water mammals reveal:


-- how these air breathing creatures have adapted to the water
-- their underwater senses
-- what they eat and how they raise their young
-- cetaceans, pinnipeds, sea otters, sirenians, and polar bears
-- marine zoos
-- the dangers of pollution, commercial fishing, and poachers

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:09:27 -0400)

Describes ways in which marine mammals have adapted to ocean habitats, including physiology, reproduction, diet, and other behavior.

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