7 edition of dolphin in history found in the catalog.
1963 by William Andrews Clark Memorial Library, University of California in Los Angeles .
Written in English
|Statement||papers delivered by Ashley Montagu and John C. Lilly at a symposium at the Clark Library, 13 October 1962.|
|Series||William Andrews Clark Memorial Library seminar papers|
|Contributions||Lilly, John Cunningham, 1915-, William Andrews Clark Memorial Library.|
|LC Classifications||QL737.C432 M65|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||55|
|LC Control Number||63064591|
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The common and bottlenose dolphins are widely distributed in warm and temperate seas. They are swift swimmers; the bottlenose can attain.
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Dolphin is a common name of aquatic mammals within the infraorder term dolphin usually refers to the extant families Delphinidae (the oceanic dolphins), Platanistidae (the Indian river dolphins), Iniidae (the New World river dolphins), and Pontoporiidae (the brackish dolphins), and the extinct Lipotidae (baiji or Chinese river dolphin).
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The poems are unrhymed sonnets, and in subject. Classifications Dewey Decimal Class /3 Library of Congress QLC SPages: Island of the Blue Dolphins is a work of historical fiction based on the life of an American Indian woman who spent 18 years in isolation on San Nicolas Island, one of eight Channel Islands off the coast of Southern California.
In the book she's named Karana. Her birth name is lost to history, but she's often referred to as the Lone Woman of San Nicolas Island or as Juana María, the name.
ISLAND OF THE BLUE DOLPHINS SCOTT O’DELL WINNER OF THE NEWBERY MEDAL 1 I remember the day the Aleut ship came to our island. At first it seemed like a small shell afloat on the sea.
Then it grew larger and was a gull with folded wings. At last in the rising sun it became what it really was - a red ship with two red sails. The book gives a story, history, detailed science, explores the use and abuse of dolphins and their place in the world.
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All-time Receiving Leader: Mark Duper rec, 8, yds, 59 TD. Dolphins, like other mammals, breathe air instead of water, and thus use lungs instead of gills. A dolphin that cannot surface also cannot breathe, and thus will drown; this is why dolphins caught in fishing nets are given such a poor chance of survival.
Unlike most fish, dolphins are very much creatures of the surface of the ocean. A dolphin’s body is designed to help them move quickly and easily through water.
The dolphin’s fluke propels it through the water. On its back is a curved dorsal fin and on each side of the dolphin is a pectoral fin. The bump on a dolphins head is known as the melon. Dolphin behaviour. Dolphins are very sociable and like to spend time together. Dauphin Island is a scenic barrier island located at the mouth of Mobile Bay and a must-visit Gulf Coast destination on any Alabama vacation.
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Dilly the Dolphin is geared for primary students as a read aloud or for independent readers. This is an entertaining early reader with simple vocabulary and an entertaining subject to keep readers entertained/5(6). Dolphins have the ability to use echolocation, which is a sophisticated biological sonar echolocate, dolphins produce high-frequency clicks which are projected out of their melon (forehead area).Since sound travels faster underwater than is does in air, these clicks travel very fast to a targeted area, bounce off objects and animals in that targeted area and return back to the dolphin.
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The eating habits of dolphins depends on the species, but it ranges anywhere from fish, shrimp, squid and crabs to turtles, seals, small dolphins, and infant whales. An adult dolphin can consume up to thirty pounds of fish a day.
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Focusing on the geologic and biological processes that make the oceans so mysterious and awe. Dolphins are part of the toothed lly, they are among the smaller live in salt water oceans, but some live in rivers – there are oceanic dolphins and river ns are from metres ( ft) to 4 metres (13 ft) long, but the largest dolphin, the killer whale (or orca), can be up to 8 metres (26 ft) long.
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