Great White Shark

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Stanford University Press, 1995 - Nature - 270 pages
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Lavishly illustrated, this book is the first complete, definitive accout for general readers of everything that is known about the great white shark, the most feared creature in the world’s oceans. It is based on extensive research into the scientific literature and lore of this superbly adapted predator, on analysis of historical records, and on the most up-to-date information. The book is illustrated with 238 photographs and drawings, 116 in color.

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The great white shark swam the deep for millions of years in relative obscurity until the 1975 film Jaws put it at the forefront of everyone's nightmares. Since that time much has been written about ... Read full review

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A must have for shark lovers!!! I had to get another one for myself ..My Brother sweet talked me out of my hard back copy.. Read full review

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About the author (1995)

Richard Ellis is one of America's most celebrated marine artists & writers. The author of ten books, including "The Search for the Giant Squid" & "Men & Whales". Ellis makes his home in New York City.

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