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By: Richard Ellis(Author), John E McCosker(Author)
270 pages, 116 col plates, 122 b/w photos
A well illustrated guide to everything that is known about the great white shark, a creature feared, persecuted, yet poorly understood. Chapters cover fossil relatives, size, morphology and biology, feeding, distribution, shark attacks, and conservation.
'... entertaining and comprehensive ... magnificently illustrated [and] definitive' ... a balanced account of the biology and popular myth ... intriguing and informative to the educated layman, yet satisfying and useful to scientists.' Los Angeles Times
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