Come face to face with one of the most feared apex predators in the world with The Great White Shark Handbook.
This handbook is a thorough exploration of the most fearsome and misunderstood shark on Earth. Discover the great white’s astonishing evolutionary adaptations, common misconceptions, and the ways these magnificent creatures are integral to marine ecosystems. Written by a premier shark expert and marine biologist, this illuminating book will take you beyond the dramatic representations in media and pop culture and allow you to appreciate the power and beauty of these remarkable cold-blooded carnivores.
This book includes:
- Hundreds of stunning underwater photographs - A thorough profile of this shark’s habitat, behavior, anatomy, size, diet, hunting habits, and more - The latest expert discoveries about this species - Invaluable information about conservation efforts and threats to the population
Learn from the scientists and conservationists who have made learning about and protecting these impressive sharks their lifes’ work. Sink your teeth into the secret world of sharks with The Great White Shark Handbook.
About the Author
Dr. Greg Skomal, PhD, is an experienced aquarist and Marine Fisheries Biologist at Martha's Vineyard Fisheries, Division of Marine Fisheries, Massachusetts. He's been keeping saltwater aquariums since childhood and has shared his extensive knowledge with viewers of National Geographic, the Discovery Channel, NBC's Today, and other media.