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Dolphins

By Tsuneo Nakamura,Foreword by Dr. Randall Wells

8-7/8 x 7-1/16 in; 96 pp;
100 full-color images
Hardcover
March 1997
ISBN 9780811816212
ISBN10 0811816214

SKU# 9780811816212

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An amazing collection of oceanic photography, Dolphins captures all the gracefulness, quirkiness, and intelligence of these playful underwater mammals. Acclaimed nature photographer Tsuneo Nakamura, whose photographs have been hailed as "beautiful"...
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Dolphins

An amazing collection of oceanic photography, Dolphins captures all the gracefulness, quirkiness, and intelligence of these playful underwater mammals. Acclaimed nature photographer Tsuneo Nakamura, whose photographs have been hailed as "beautiful"(Science News) and "spectacular" (San Diego Magazine), has traveled the world's richest watersfrom Hawaii to Hondurasfor some of the most dynamic shots of dolphins ever captured. Here he brings together over one hundred remarkable photographs that reveal both the whimsical nature and the endearing affection toward humans that make dolphins one of the most intriguing and well-loved creatures of the sea.

 

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8-7/8 x 7-1/16 in; 96 pp;
100 full-color images
Hardcover
March 1997
ISBN 9780811816212
ISBN10 0811816214
Tsuneo Nakamura has been photographing dolphins, whales, and other maritime citizens for many years. When he is not traveling, he lives in Japan. He is also the photographer of Gentle Giant, a photographic essay on the humpback whale (Chronicle Books).

Dr. Randall Wells has been studying dophins and whales since 1970. He is a member of the Chicago Zoological Society, and is based at the Mote Marine Lab in Sarasota Florida.