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Shinka no Hosoku wa Hokkyoku no Same ga Shitteita [Arctic Sharks and the Laws of Evolution]

By: Yūki Watanabe(Author)
343 pages, b/w photos
Shinka no Hosoku wa Hokkyoku no Same ga Shitteita [Arctic Sharks and the Laws of Evolution]
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Language: Japanese

In 2016, it was found that the mysterious giant shark that lives in the deep waters of the Arctic can live for 400 years. Why has this shark survived in the harsh environment in waters at near-freezing temperatures. Discover the magnificent mechanics of living organisms!

Summary in Japanese:
2016年、北極の深海に生息する謎の巨大ザメ、ニシオンデンザメが400年も生きることがわかり、科学者たちの度肝を抜いた。このサメはなぜ、水温ゼロ度という過酷な環境で生き延びてこられたのか?そして地球上の生物はなぜこんなにも多様に進化したのか?気鋭の生物学者が世界各地でのフィールドワークを通じて、「体温」を手がかりに、生物の壮大なメカニズムに迫る!

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By: Yūki Watanabe(Author)
343 pages, b/w photos
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