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Deadly Factbook 4: Fish, Squid and Jellyfish

Out of Print
Series: Deadly Factbooks Volume: 4
By: Steve Backshall(Author)
80 pages, colour photos
Deadly Factbook 4: Fish, Squid and Jellyfish
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  • Deadly Factbook 4: Fish, Squid and Jellyfish ISBN: 9781444012606 Paperback Apr 2014 Out of Print #213114
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Did you know that catfish have more than 100 000 taste buds on their body? Or that a bull shark has an even stronger bite than a Great White? Follow in the footsteps of the Deadly team and discover the secrets of the animal kingdom as they reveal fascinating facts and killer statistics in their guide to fish, squid and jellyfish. Deadly Factbook 4: Fish, Squid and Jellyfish is the fourth Deadly factbook. Illustrated throughout with full colour photographs and art.

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Biography

Born in 1973, Steve Backshall was brought up on a farm. He studied English at University before taking a second degree in Biology and was once 'Adventurer in Residence' for National Geographic. Steve's website is http://www.stevebackshall.com/, and you can follow him on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/stevebackshallofficial and Twitter @SteveJBackshall

Out of Print
Series: Deadly Factbooks Volume: 4
By: Steve Backshall(Author)
80 pages, colour photos
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