Sharks -- Predators of the Sea

Sharks -- Predators of the Sea

by Anna Claybourne


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Sharks: Predators of the Sea reveals the true nature of these remarkable prehistoric creatures. As an apex predator in their watery world, they are critical to the health of the world's oceans but also largely misunderstood. This book is the perfect choice to engage readers and shed light on this important marine animal.

The book is packed with 200 full color photographs plus sidebars, fact files, and illustrations. Chapters of accessible text describe the natural history of 17 of the world's 450 species of sharks along with some shark relatives. Special features on shark biology describe the physical characteristics that make them so remarkable.

Sharks: Predators of the Sea covers these 17 shark species: Great White, Great Hammerhead, Bull, Mako, Blue, Thresher, Tiger, Lemon Shark, Goblin, Wobbegong, Dwarf Lanternshark, Cookie-cutter, Greenland, Whale, Megamouth, Frilled, and Reef,
plus a few shark relatives, the Manta Ray, Stingray, Electric Ray, and Sawfish.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781770857391
Publisher: Firefly Books, Limited
Publication date: 09/01/2016
Pages: 80
Sales rank: 736,367
Product dimensions: 8.60(w) x 11.40(h) x 0.40(d)
Age Range: 9 - 12 Years

About the Author

Anna Claybourne is an award-winning children's author based in Edinburgh. She has written more than 100 books, and specializes in life science topics.

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NatoshaM More than 1 year ago
The images are very nice and not scary, for those who may be afraid of sharks. However, just learning about the few you have in the oceans where you live might be scary enough to make you want to never swim again! I know my moms totally afraid of sharks, someone who goes to the beach often or use too! However, with all the shark attacks, it sort of made her scared to ever go to the ocean and I wouldn't blame her. Especially, watching movies with sharks, how big and scary that would be to lose someone. Well, this book covers so many sharks and honestly I rather just read about them and not have to see them in the water! Finally, this is a terrific guide and a wonderful book for both adults and children!