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A children's coloring book with dozens of kinds of fish, squid, whales, dolphins, seals, penguins, amphibians, caimans, turtles, snakes, salamanders, and otters. What makes a fish, reptile, mammal, mollusc? What eats what? How do lakes get water? How does a fish live? How do oceans get salt? What is a toothed whale? Many nature, ocean, animal, and river questions answered inside. Coloring fun and nature learning at once.
Tells the story of a dolphin who describes his life in the Mediterranean sea, his capture by a ship, and his transfer to a viewing tank in New York City. Full of detailed illustrations.
Eighty feet below the ocean's surface, Wayne Grover hears a clicking sound. Soon he sees three dolphins--two adults and a baby--swimming toward him. A large fishing hook is embedded in the baby's back, and suddenly Wayne realizes that, in their own way, the dolphins are asking for his help.