Fish Might Fly

By: Pepperell, Julian

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Auckland, NZ: Reed, 2001. The waters that surround Australia and New Zealand are full of weird and wonderful fish. Jellyfish that impart stings from the uncomfortable to the lethal; tuna with the head of a dolphin; fish that fly. This book investigates these and many other unusual marine stories in a series of articles by Australian marine biologist Julian Pepperell. Fish Might Fly also answers intriguing questions as: Are fish colour blind? How can you tell the sex of a fish? Can fish learn to avoid hooks? Do marlin change sex? Julian Pepperell is a prolific writer of popular articles on marine biology and is widely known through his magazine columns and numerous radio and television appearances. Many of these magazines are sold in New Zealand. CONDITION is unread, pp 207 with full colour photo's and illus to every page. A beautiful book in excellent condition. . First Edition. Soft Cover. New. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

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