Over the past week, we've explored many different kinds of sharks, and I would like to think that learning about how varied and wonderful sharks are is more exciting than endless footage of great whites and tiger sharks chomping on things...
Tag - Shark Week
Now that we've met several very different species of sharks, it's time to look at their ancestors. And to help us do that, here are a few books and things to consider.
Welcome back! Today we’re wrapping up our exploration of fifteen different species of sharks. To catch up on the previous ten (and the rest of our Shark Week posts), go here. We have a few “normal”-looking sharks, and then...
We continue our shark expedition today with five more fascinating fish! And to help us on our journey today is Richard Ellis' The Book of Sharks.
Expanding on the idea presented yesterday that there are other sharks besides the Great White, I think we should explore the variety of shark species a bit further than biggest and smallest.
Our first selection today is also a childhood favorite of mine (I used to look at the pictures in it every time I got my eyes dilated at the ophthalmologist's), and to me is the book equivalent of the Blue Planet series.
And now, as the summer comes to its climax, and "Shark Weak" approaches, I just yawn. This year, I checked the programming, thinking that since it was the 20th anniversary year, perhaps the shows would be good.