By: AP Klimley
292 pages, B/w photos
Klimley, a researcher at the University of California, Davis, is a world expert on shark behaviour and is especially interested in schooling and migration. He provides his own conclusions about what sharks' body movements might convey, their interactions with prey and each other, and why their attacks on humans might be the result of simple misunderstanding.
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