"'It's refreshing to read a book written by two zoologists who have devoted their lives to studying marine mammals underwater... Of all the books I've read on this subject, this one has the most to offer in terms of understanding how dolphins behave and interact (both with one another and with humans), and it describes their remarkable cognitive powers in layman's terms.' Peter Evans, BBC Wildlife Magazine 'With exquisite prose and scientific acumen, Dolphin Mysteries unveils the magic world of dolphin communication, bridging land and water and bringing us fin to shoulder with our aquatic kin.' G.A. Bradshaw Ph.D., Director, The Kerulos Center"
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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.