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100 Facts About Sharks

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By: David O'Doherty(Author)
208 pages, colour & b/w photos
Publisher: Square Peg
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Leading sharkeologists David O'Doherty, Claudia O'Doherty and Mike Ahern bring you a hundred things you definitely didn't know about the oceans' most terrifying creatures. Would you ever have guessed, for example, that: the great white shark hates jazz music; a group of hammerhead sharks is called 'a toolbelt'; the reef shark can send intimidating telephone text messages with its mind.

Dancing With the Sharks was Bulgarian TV's least successful ever television show; and, the word 'shark' actually looks quite like a shark. Your knowledge of sharks is about to get a hundred facts more knowledgeable.

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David O'Doherty is very punctual. He lives in Dublin. Claudia O'Doherty had a lot of time on her hands prior to becoming a leading sharkeologist. She lives in Sydney, Australia. Mike Ahern moved from the country to the city to be closer to the internet. He lives in Dublin.

Popular Science
By: David O'Doherty(Author)
208 pages, colour & b/w photos
Publisher: Square Peg
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"Nothing says 'beach reading' more than a book about sharks." 
- The Daily Loaf

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