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The Frilled Shark

By: Sara Green(Author)
24 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations
Publisher: Pilot Publishing
The Frilled Shark
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  • The Frilled Shark ISBN: 9781600148699 Hardback Jan 2013 Usually dispatched within 1 week
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Named for its gills that look like a frilly collar, the frilled shark is unlike any other. Having changed little since prehistoric times, this eel-like shark resembles a mythical sea serpent. Sightings are rare, as the frilled shark prefers the dark waters of the deep sea. Readers will explore what is known of the fascinating species, and what is yet to be discovered.

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By: Sara Green(Author)
24 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations
Publisher: Pilot Publishing
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