The Encyclopedia of SharksBook - 2002
Explores the evolution, behavior, geographical range, reproduction, physiology and place in mythology of the long misunderstood shark.
Firefly Books Ltd
Here are the actual facts that dispel the myths and legends surrounding the feared and misunderstood shark. Generous color photographs plus maps and illustrations document every aspect of these beautiful animals, how they evolved, the mythology and misconceptions that surround them, and the threat posed by humans.
The dynamic and authoritative text includes information on:
- Anatomy and physiology
- Reproduction, courtship, and mating
- How they hunt and what they eat
- Migration routes
- Their extraordinary senses and skills
- Shark conservation efforts.
Chapters such as Shark Success, Ecology and Biology, Design for Living and Design for Killing fascinate and encourage readers to learn more about these complex creatures.
Everything about sharks -- myths and legends, anatomy and physiology, reproduction, courtship and mating, food and hunting, senses and survival.