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Beale Bob, Whoop, gloop, chirp, whistle - Songs of the Whales pp.20-25,

Bonner W. N. & Walton D. W. H. editors, Key Environments - Antarctica, Oxford England, Pergamon Press, 1985. Plankton of the Antarctic Seas, El-Sayed S. Z. Chap. 4a, pp.135-153. Birds and Mammals - Antarctic Whales, Gambell Ray, Chap. 5b, pp.223-241.

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Cato Douglas H., Songs of Humpback whales: The Australian perspective, Memoirs of the Queensland Museum, vol.30, part 2, 1991. pp.277-290.

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Cousteau Jacques, Whales, New York, Harry N. Abrams, Inc.,1988. Banquets, pp.168-177. The Facts of Life, pp.192-198. The Cetacean Kama Sutra, pp.198-201. Twenty-Five-Foot Infants, pp.201-205. Not by Milk Alone, pp.206-210. The Singing Whale, pp.233-237.

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Dawbin William H. The seasonal migratory cycle of humpback whales Chapter 9, pp.145-170, Whales, Dolphins and Porpoises, edited by Kenneth S. Norris, Berkeley and Los Angeles University of California Press, USA, 1966.

Dawbin W. H. Movements of humpback Whales marked in the south west Pacific Ocean 1952 to 1962, pp.1-8. Reprinted from Norsk Hvalfangst-Tidende 1964, No.3, p.68-78.

Dawbin William H. and Eyr Elizabeth J., Humpback whale songs along the coast of Western Australia and some comparison with East Coast songs, Memoirs of the Queensland Museum, vol.30, part 2, 1991. pp.249-254.

Ellis Richard, The Book of Whales, New York, Alfred A Knopf, 1988. Humpback Whale, pp.59-70.

Evans Peter G. H., The Natural History of Whales & Dolphins, London, Christopher Helm, 1987. Present distribution, Chap. 5, pp.90-118. Food and Feeding, Chap. 6, pp.119-158. Social organisation and behaviour, Chap.7, pp.159-205. Life History, Chap.8, pp.206-248.

Fichtelius Karl-Erik & Sjolander Sverre, in ManŐs Place, Intelligence in Whales, Dolphins, and Humans, London, Gollancz, 1973. p.116.

Fothergill Alastair, Life in the Freezer - A Natural History of the Antarctic. London, BBC Books, 1993. The Bountiful Sea, Chap. 2, pp.41-66.

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Matthews L. Harrison, The Natural History of the Whale, New York, Columbia University Press, 1978. Food and Feeding, Chap. 3, pp.48-75. Breeding and Growth, Chap. 4, pp.76-98., Migration, Chap. 6, pp.117-137.

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Payne Katherine, Tyack Peter, and Payne Roger, 'Progressive Changes in the Songs of Humpback Whales (Megaptera novaeangliae ): A Detailed Analysis of Two Seasons in Hawaii', in Communication and Behaviour in Whales, Washington DC: American Association for the Advancement of Science, Selected Symposium, 1983. pp.117-118.

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Slijper Everhard J., Whales and Dolphins, The University of Michigan Press 1976. Nutrition and Digestion, Chap. 8, pp.85-100, Geographical Distribution and Migrations, Chap.10, pp. 107-116. Reproduction, Chap. 11, pp.117-132.

Small George,Ph.D., College of Staten Island, 'Why Man Needs the Whales', in Project Interspeak, ed. T. Wilkes, San Francisco, 1979.

Watson Lyall, Sea Guide to Whales of the World, London, Hutchinson,1981. Distribution, Chap. 7, pp.50-51. Order A: Mysticeti - The Baleen Whales, pp.58-65. Humpback Whale, pp.95-99.

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Williams Heathcote, Whale Nation, London, Jonathan Cape, 1988.

Winn Lois King and Winn Howard E., Wings in the Sea - The Humpback Whale, University Press of New England, USA, 1985. Food and Feeding, Chap.4, pp.33-48. Journey South, Chap.5, pp.49-60. Mating and Birth, Chap. 7, pp.73-88. Singing Whale, Chap.8, pp.89-105. Journey North, Chap.9, pp.105-116.

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