By David Owen
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The shark has been our planet's dominant predator for millions of years. But in just fifty years all sharks have become threatened by human activity; victims of a deadly
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1 December 2009
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12.22 MB
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Science & Mathematics: Textbooks & Study Guides
College/higher education;Professional and scholarly

Author Biography

Shark: In peril in the sea is David Owen's third natural history book with Allen + Unwin, following Thylacine: The tragic tale of the Tasmanian Tiger, which won a Whitley award in 2003, and Tasmanian Devil: A unique and threatened animal (2006, co-written with David Pemberton). David is also a novelist: his new book in the Pufferfish crime series is No Weather for a Burial (Forty Degrees South, 2009). He lives in Hobart, Tasmania.