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by Mary Jo Rhodes

Download Dolphins, Seals, And Other Sea Mammals (Undersea Encounters) ePub
  • ISBN 0516243926
  • ISBN13 978-0516243924
  • Language English
  • Author Mary Jo Rhodes
  • Publisher Childrens Pr (September 1, 2006)
  • Formats docx doc lrf rtf
  • Category Children
  • Subcategory Animals
  • Size ePub 1289 kb
  • Size Fb2 1991 kb
  • Rating: 4.7
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Explains what mammals are, describes how sea mammals have adapted to live in the water, and introduces some sea mammals.

Explains what mammals are, describes how sea mammals have adapted to live in the water, and .

Explains what mammals are, describes how sea mammals have adapted to live in the water, and introduces some sea mammals. Mary Jo Rhodes is the author of several nonfiction books for children.

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Start by marking Dolphins, Seals, and Other Sea Mammals as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Photographs are by award-winning photographer David Hall. His pictures have appeared in various magazines including National Geographic, Audubon, Smithsonian, and Time. More than any other series, Undersea Encounters paints a complete picture of marine life. It is a natureal fit for 3rd-5th grade curriculums and could be used in the classroom.

Experience an underwater adventure! From sea dragons and octopuses to coral reefs and kelp forests, Undersea Encounters take young readers to the ocean depths like.

Author: Mary Jo Rhodes. Series - Undersea Encounters. Happy dolphins look at that smile. The Paperback of the Sea Turtles (Undersea Encounters Series) by Mary Jo Rhodes, David Hall at Barnes & Noble. Publisher: Children's Press(CT) (March 1, 2006). Find this Pin and more on Books by Mona Corser. Ideas for Classroom and Book for Reading Unit on Oceans. What others are saying. Sea Turtles (Undersea Encounters Series). Virginia: Picture Book (Educational Children's Books Collection) - Level 2 (Planet Collection 270).

Warm-blooded animals that have adapted to live in the se. his category includes animals that live in the sea all the time, as well as ones that come up on land too. View in the Videographic Dictionary. They are not fish, as they need to come to the surface to breathe, the same as we do when we are swimming. Dolphins eat mostly fish. They are intelligent and can be taught tricks.    Photo by Christian Haugen. Scientific name: dugong dugon.

48 pages : 25 cm. Read about aquatic animals under the sea and the environment in whichthey live. Includes bibliographical references (page 46) and index. What is a sea mammal? -. - Seals and sea lions - Manatees and dugongs - Dolphins and toothed whales - The great whales - Sea mammals and people. Accelerated Reader Grades K-4 .

Marine mammals are some of the most amazing animals on earth. This full-color, magnificently illustrated guide gives information on: -Natural history and evolution of these fascinating creatures -Distribution and migratory patterns. Concisely written and easy-to-understand, Whales, Dolphins, and Other Marine Mammals is a must-have guide for nature buffs and animal lovers of all ages.

Photographs are by award-winning photographer David Hall. His pictures have appeared in various magazines including National Geographic, Audubon, Smithsonian, and Time

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A military marine mammal is a cetacean or pinniped that has been trained for military uses. Examples include bottlenose dolphins, seals, sea lions and belugas

A military marine mammal is a cetacean or pinniped that has been trained for military uses. Examples include bottlenose dolphins, seals, sea lions and belugas. The United States and Soviet militaries have trained and employed oceanic dolphins for various uses. Military dolphins have been trained to rescue lost naval swimmers or to locate underwater mines.