Mind in the waters: A book to celebrate the consciousness of whales and dolphins by Joana McIntyre Varawa
Unknown Binding: 240 pages
Publisher: mcClelland and Stewart (1974)
This is a serious compilation and collection of factual studies, observations, recollections, and hopes and dreams of humans who believe that whales are so much more special than most of us realize. It was written by many authors with the intent of raising the collective consiousness of humanity and to stop the killing of these magnificent animals. Interesting and provocative. As a scuba diver who personnally witnessed an act of kindness by a Grey Whale in La Jolla Bay, I am just another human being who has read and learned enough to believe, that these animals have lived for thousands of years in the oceans of our world with few natural enemies (before mankind), may have more to teach us than we can yet imagine. "Within the headcase of the Sperm Whale lies the largest brain the world has ever known".
Softcover. Moderate wear on cover. Name inside cover. No marked, torn or loose pages.