By: Antal Vida and Tamas Kotai
200 pages, 400 colour illustrations
From the rainbow trout (Salmo gairdneri) to the grey gurnard (Trigla gurnardus), from the Mediterranean hake (Merluccius merluccius) to the kajiki or a'u (Makaira nigricans), which can be found (and eaten) along the coasts of Hawaii, this book portrays the fish of the world, both sea creatures and freshwater inhabitants, and presents them in exclusive drawings that bring to light their marvelous coloring. The fishes' names are provided in various languages as well as in scientific terminology, along with a short description that includes information about their habitats and fishing grounds. This handy compendium is an ideal culinary guide through the waters of the world.
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