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Sharks : predators of the sea / Anna Claybourne.

By: Claybourne, Anna.
Publisher: London : QED Publishing, 2016Description: 80 pages : colour illustrations, map.ISBN: 9781784935559.Subject(s): Sharks | SharksDDC classification: 597.3 Summary: Summary: A collection of the fiercest, weirdest, and most extraordinary sharks. Look into the deep to find the incredible range of sharks that inhabit our oceans. There is so much more to sharks than just the scary reputation of the Great White. Photos reveal these beautiful creatures' amazing anatomy, from the hammerhead's alien-like eyes, to the sand tiger shark's multiple rows of thorny teeth. Discover how some sharks use electrolocation to find prey, while others use bioluminescence, and learn about the sharks' close cousins, the rays and sawfish.
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Summary: A collection of the fiercest, weirdest, and most extraordinary sharks. Look into the deep to find the incredible range of sharks that inhabit our oceans. There is so much more to sharks than just the scary reputation of the Great White. Photos reveal these beautiful creatures' amazing anatomy, from the hammerhead's alien-like eyes, to the sand tiger shark's multiple rows of thorny teeth. Discover how some sharks use electrolocation to find prey, while others use bioluminescence, and learn about the sharks' close cousins, the rays and sawfish.

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