A Frenzy of Sharks

A Frenzy of Sharks

The Surprising Life of A Perfect Predator

Book - 2006
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Sharks are deadly predators with incredible natural advantages, from internal ears that detect the distant sounds of a struggling fish to nasal organs that hone in on the electrical fields of their prey. With startling, fact-packed text and spectacular photos, A Frenzy of Sharks reveals this creature's fascinating world. Readers meet graceful blue sharks, lightning-fast makos, burrowing angel sharks, and powerful hammerheads, as well as lesser-known wobbegongs and the ethereal manta rays. Going beyond sharks' thrilling life as hunters, the book captures a less-known of this remarkable animal; images showing them squirming inside egg sacs and effortlessly transporting human passengers reveal sharks a side of sharks rarely seen.
Publisher: Montrose, Calif. : London Town Press., c2006
ISBN: 9780976613442
Branch Call Number: J 597.3 H142f 2006
Characteristics: 48 p. : col. ill. ; 28 cm
Additional Contributors: Hall, Michele


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