Mammals in Hawaiʻi

Mammals in Hawaiʻi

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The marine mammals are extensively covered, reflecting the extraordinary growth of interest in the whales, dolphins, and seals that live in Hawaiian waters. Equally fascinating are the accounts of the diverse mammals introduced to the islands by humans over the last 1,500 years. Such animals as the wild pig, Pacific rat, and Indian mongoose continue to have a great impact on the survival of native animals and plants and on the human population.

Written by P. Quentin Tomich
Date of Publication: 1986
Size: 6 x 9.5 in.
Pages: 375
Binding: cloth