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Chinese White Dolphin ~ The Pearl of Hong Kong [In Chinese only]

$78.00

A pictorial named Chinese White Dolphin ~ The Pearl of Hong Kong was published by the Hong Kong Dolphin Conservation Society (HKDCS) in July 2004. The pictorial includes over 140 stunning photographs of Chinese white dolphins taken by the society’s chairman, Dr. Samuel Hung. And the content was also written by Dr. Hung, based on his decade-long research on the species in Hong Kong. He hopes to take the readers into the mysterious world of Chinese white dolphins, by sharing his first-hand experience on research and what he and other scientists learnt about the daily lives of the dolphins. The pictorial aims to arouse public awareness on conservation of local dolphins, and the importance of protecting the “Pearl of Hong Kong”. The profits generated from the publication are donated to HKDCS to support dolphin research works, so that the public can take action to participate in the conservation effort of Hong Kong dolphins by purchasing a copy of the pictorial.

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Chinese White Dolphin ~ The Pearl of Hong Kong [In Chinese only]

Author: Dr. Samuel Hung

Publisher: Hong Kong Dolphin Conservation Society

Price: HK$ 78.00

ISBN: 988971730-1

# of Pages 176

Language: Chinese

A pictorial named Chinese White Dolphin ~ The Pearl of Hong Kong was published by the Hong Kong Dolphin Conservation Society (HKDCS) in July 2004. The pictorial includes over 140 stunning photographs of Chinese white dolphins taken by the society’s chairman, Dr. Samuel Hung. And the content was also written by Dr. Hung, based on his decade-long research on the species in Hong Kong. He hopes to take the readers into the mysterious world of Chinese white dolphins, by sharing his first-hand experience on research and what he and other scientists learnt about the daily lives of the dolphins. The pictorial aims to arouse public awareness on conservation of local dolphins, and the importance of protecting the “Pearl of Hong Kong”. The profits generated from the publication are donated to HKDCS to support dolphin research works, so that the public can take action to participate in the conservation effort of Hong Kong dolphins by purchasing a copy of the pictorial.