DOLPHINS The Undersea Discoveries of Jacques-Yves Cousteau Book from 1975 FIRST US EDITION
DOLPHINS The Undersea Discoveries of Jacques-Yves Cousteau Book from 1975. FIRST US EDITION. Hardcover with dustjacket. The dustjacket has shelf wear, which includes yellowing from age. Tight binding, clean pages. 105 color photos. 304 pages.
"In this book, Captain Cousteau recounts his most significant adventures with these extraordinary sea mammals. He describes the difficulties encountered in trying to photograph dolphins in the sea-and the Calypso team's ingenious solution to the problem - and he narrates the procedure involved in capturing a dolphin for study. The result is a truly unusual look at dolphins - a record of observations, experiments, and personal encounters, interwoven with historical of dolphin behavior and speculation about the future of man's relationship with "the most attractive and intriguing form of marine life" - the amazing dolphin."
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