Contains alphabetized profiles of approximately sixty aquatic animals, covering their anatomy, classification, habitats, food and feeding, behavior, locomotion, reproduction, and survival; includes articles on aquatic plants and related topics such as oceanography; and features photos, illustrations, and sidebars.A male bottle-nosed dolphin signals he is ready to mate by making a tense S shape Dolphin mothers scold their youngsters by clicking loudly. with his ... Dolphins are born large, around 40 percent as long as mother and 20 percent her weight.
|Title||:||Encyclopedia Of The Aquatic World|
|Author||:||Marshall Cavendish Corporation|
|Publisher||:||Marshall Cavendish - 2004-01-01|