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Insanely good. This is an extremely detailed and one of the only complete guide books fr marine mammals. It's illustrated by world-renowned painter, Peiter Folkends. I was surprised by all the information they had on beaked whales, most of which are only known from washed-up specimens and fleeting glimpses. very cool, and althogh long (300+ pages?), Izoomed throgh it. It'a amazing!!!!
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Review: National Audubon Society Guide to Marine Mammals of the World (National Audubon Society Field Guides)User Review - Mi-sA-lê Fransen - Goodreads
It is an excellent reference work for marine mammals. Read full review
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