by Seymour Simon

Friendly and fascinating, dolphins are one of nature's most intelligent animals. They live in families called pods and can make a series of 2,000 high-pitched clicks to locate fish in the water. Despite their beauty and playfulness, dolphins face serious dangers from commercial fishing and human activity. It's vital that people support governmental laws to protect these wonderful creatures.Award-winning science writer Seymour Simon has teamed up with the Smithsonian Institution to give you an expert view of these clever, curious, and mischievous mammals in a full-color photographic introduction.


Susan NewsteadPosted September 7, 2010

The Smithsonian Institution and science writer, Seymour Simon, come together to bring the latest dolphin facts to readers everywhere. Simon describes the difference between dolphins, porpoises, and whales. Extraordinary color photographs accompany sc...

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