The Book of Sharks
Alfred A. Knopf, 1989 - Science - 224 pages
Magnificently illustrated and written by the country's foremost painter of marine natural history and subjects, The Book of Sharks is a comprehensive study of the 200 species that populate the oceans of the world. 200 illustrations, 20 in color.
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