Known for their friendly and inquisitive nature, dolphins are popular marine mammals. Of all the dolphins found throughout the world's seas, the bottlenose is probably the best known and loved and is seen frequently in the wild, in captivity and on film.
BOTTLENOSE DOLPHINS examines the lives of these fascinating creatures through the eyes of two scientists currently studying dolphins off the coast of Scotland. While there is still much to learn about these graceful mammals and their underwater habitat, this portrait brings to the surface the most recent research and vital information concerning the conservation of these most intelligent and highly social animals.
By Paul Thompson & Ben Wilson (WorldLife Library).