By: William E Young and Horace S Mazet
287 pages, B/w photos, illus
Expeditions to chase and catch sharks are described in compelling detail, along with a wealth of shark legends and traditions as well as island anecdotes in which the shark played a part. Young's pursuit takes him to Australia, the Caribbean, and the Red Sea, but Hawaii and the Hawaiian sharks are always in his mind's eye, for he becomes a kane mano himself - as much shark as man. There are drawings of sharks, descriptions of shark types, and many photographs.
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