9 edition of Shark attack found in the catalog.
|Statement||Don Yaeger, with the cooperation of Jerry Tarkanian.|
|Contributions||Tarkanian, Jerry, 1930-|
|LC Classifications||GV884.T37 Y34 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 292 p. :|
|Number of Pages||292|
|LC Control Number||91058362|
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This book deals with the subject of shark attack like no other. Baldridge not only provides in depth details of the actual attack, he actually tries to explain WHY these attacks might have happened. He provides statistics about: depth, water temp., activity of the victim prior to the attack, and even body parts that were attacked/5(14).
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More. What: This book begins by telling the story about a man who was attacked by a shark and survived and then what he did after his attack such as inventing the shark cage.
It then talks about possible reasons why sharks attack humans and some safety procedures to /5. Shark Attack book. Read 11 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.4/5. Meet the most fearsome creatures in the sea in this book and shark 3-D model kit.
Get lost in an ocean of facts and photos about these interesting animals. The most ferocious and interesting animals of the oceans are fully revealed in this book and shark 3-D model kit. To add to the excitement are dozens of amazing shark images and information plus a large 3-D model with 10 separate body parts Brand: Scholastic.
This book is a historical account of these attacks and the hunt that ensued. Capuzzo draws vivid portraits of the central characters involved (including the shark), and captures the national Author: Concepción de León.