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by Sy Montgomery

eBook Journey Of The Pink Dolphins download ISBN: 0753156083
Author: Sy Montgomery
Publisher: Isis Large Print (December 1, 2000)
Language: English
Pages: 436
ePub: 1666 kb
Fb2: 1866 kb
Rating: 4.9
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Category: Math Sciences
Subcategory: Biological Sciences

But she soon found out that to know the botos, as the dolphins are locally called, you must also know the people who live among them.

There are so many stories of botos, you will die writing, " says one river guide. Scientists call them "Inia geoffransin, " an ancient species of toothed whale whose origin dates back about 15 million years.

Over four separate journeys, Sy Montgomery follows the dolphins .

Over four separate journeys, Sy Montgomery follows the dolphins, tracing their spiritual, historical, and environmental past, present, and future. The more I read about the rainforest regions of South American, the more fascinated I become. Yes, the dolphins she's after are really pink!

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I have read many, many books in my lifetime, but Sy Montgomery's Journey of the Pink Dolphins has taken my breath away.

Sy Montgomery (born February 7, 1958), is a naturalist, author and scriptwriter who writes for children as well as adults. She is author of 28 books, including The Soul of an Octopus: A Surprising Exploration into the Wonder of Consciousness, which was a finalist for the 2015 National Book Award for Nonfiction and was on The New York Times Best Seller list. Her most popular book is The Good Good Pig, the bestselling memoir of life with her pig, Christopher Hogwood.

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Montgomery's (Spell of the Tiger, 1994) at times piquant voyage of wonder to commune with the pink dolphin of the . It can turn into a person, some say of this impossibly pink freshwater dolphin, and seduce both men and women. It lures children from parents and adults from their senses.

It can turn into a person, some say of this impossibly pink freshwater dolphin, and seduce both men and women.

Known for her books that illuminate the wonders of nature for both children and adults, Sy Montgomery ""is a modern miracle,"" says Book magazine, ""bawdy, brave, inventive, prophetic, hellbent on loving this planet. The Magnificent Migration: On Safari with Africa’s Last Great Herds.

"Montgomery...recounts her adventures and observations with the lyricism and penetrating insights of a poet as well as the logic and factual accuracy of a scientist. Montgomery travels to the Amazon to study the elusive pink dolphin. There is truth in myth, Montgomery reveals, and magic all around us." - BOOKLIST Scientists call them Inia geoffrensis, an ancient species of toothed whale whose origin dates back about 15 million years. To the local people of the Amazon, pink river dolphins are "botos", shape shifters that, in the guise of human desire, can claim your soul and take you to an enchanted underwater world. This book weaves ancient myth and modern science into one woman's search for these elusive creatures. Over four separate journeys, Sy Montgomery follows the dolphins, tracing their spiritual, historical and environmental past, present and future. She takes us to that perfect place where the Amazon melts into the forest, dolphins swim among treetops, and the twenty-first century dissolves into the beginning of time.