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Sharks of the World Pocket Guide
Sharks are some of the most misunderstood animals on the planet. We still have a lot to learn about these fascinating creatures, which are more seriously threatened with extinction and in greater need of conservation and management than any other major group of vertebrates.
A Pocket Guide to Sharks of the World is the only field guide to identify, illustrate, and describe every known shark species. Its compact format makes it handy for many situations, including recognizing living species, fishery catches, or parts sold at markets. This expanded second edition presents lavish images, details on newly discovered species, and updated text throughout. The book contains useful sections on identifying shark teeth and the shark fins most commonly encountered in the fin trade, and takes a look at shark biology, ecology, and conservation. A Pocket Guide to Sharks of the World will be an essential resource and definitive reference for years to come.
- An updated guide to all of the world’s sharks
- Each species is illustrated and described
- Handy, compact format with concise text
- Useful sections on the identification of shark teeth and fins
Author: David A Ebert, Marc Dando, Sarah Fowler
Publisher: Princeton University Press
Publishing Date: August 2021
Paperback: 288 pages