This enthralling book takes us into the dolphins’ world beneath the sea to discover details of their lives, their methods of communication, and how they interact with one another and with humans. Drawing on decades of firsthand research, the authors unveil one of the most intimate and scientifically accurate portraits of dolphins to date.
Finally, when they come to the really interesting stuff, they don't go into any detail.
The insights gleaned are at once fresh and reliable, making this a fine and informative read, furnished with fabulous photographs.
I highly recommend to anyone who enjoys reading and learning about marine mammals or animals in general.
Absorbing everything informative about cetaceans may have hindered my enjoyment of this book. I didn't find any mysteries revealed
There was no mention of the dolphins ability... Read more
This book is lame, a mere regurgitation of what was said before countless times, no original studies, nothing. Boring! Author fails to arouse any interest in this subject. Read morePublished on December 9, 2009 by Mark Twain