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Shark Wars

By: John Woodward(Author)
80 pages, colour illustrations
Publisher: TickTock Books
Shark Wars
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Would a giant squid stand a chance against a whopping whale? Which is the deadliest shark in the world? We all know the ocean can be dangerous but what kind of creatures are really lurking in the deep and who would come out on top in a battle of tentacles, teeth and traps? This stunning book takes a dive into the depths of the sea and uncovers the terrifying wars taking place beneath the surface of the water, with amazing CGI artwork accompanied by battle statistics, fearsome facts and much more.



Age Level: 5 to 10 years

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John Woodward has been a wildlife enthusiast all his life, with a particular interest in the more bizarre life-forms that flourish in the world's oceans. He has written more than 30 books and many hundreds of articles on all aspects of wildlife, earth sciences and the natural environment, and has helped to produce many major reference books and encyclopaedias covering various aspects of science and the natural world.

By: John Woodward(Author)
80 pages, colour illustrations
Publisher: TickTock Books
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