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Australian Geographic Up Close: Sharks Dangers from the Deep Blue Sea

By: Kathy Riley(Author)
32 pages, colour photos
Australian Geographic Up Close: Sharks
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From the Zebra shark and the Wobbegong, to the Great White and the Hammerhead, delve into the depths and discover the toothy grins and pointy fins of Australia's most dangerous sharks. Packed full of detailed illustrations, beautiful images from the Australian Geographic image library, interesting fact files and information about what sharks eat, where they live, how they see and hear, what their eggs look like, and much more.

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By: Kathy Riley(Author)
32 pages, colour photos
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