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Diving company’s Web site offering great pictures of sharks and more.

Shark Police Save Two Species
http://www.csmonitor.com/durable/1998/03/23/intl/intl.4.html
Australia’s beach monitors rescue sharks from nets. From the CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR.

The Pelagic Shark Research Foundation
http://www.pelagic.org/
Learn about sharks of the open ocean.

The Basking Shark Society
http://www.isle-of-man.com/interests/shark/intro.html
The world’s second largest shark revealed by the Basking Shark Society of the British Isles.

The Great White Shark
http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/vertebrates/Doug/shark.html
Pictures and biological information from researcher Dr. Douglas Long.

San Diego Shark Diving Expeditions

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Your expedition leader puts on his chain-mail suit and escorts each diver, one by one, into the cage.

Books

Allen, Thomas. SHADOWS IN THE SEA: THE SHARKS, SKATES, AND RAYS. New York: Lyons Press, 1996.

Banister, Keith. SHARKS AND RAYS (A LOOK INSIDE). New York: Reader’s Digest, 1995.

Gibbons, Gail. SHARKS. New York: Holiday House, 1992.

Gustafson, Sarah. THE SHARK DICTIONARY. New York: Checkerboard Press, 1992.

Levine, Marie. GREAT WHITE SHARKS (THE UNTAMED WORLD). New York: Raintree/Steck Vaughn, 1997.

Lineaweaver, Thomas. THE NATURAL HISTORY OF SHARKS. New York: Lyons Press, 1986.

Maestro, Betsy. A SEA FULL OF SHARKS. New York: Scholastic, 1990.

Reader’s Digest. READER’S DIGEST EXPLORES SHARKS. New York: Reader’s Digest, 1998.

Taylor, L.R. SHARKS & RAYS (NATURE COMPANY GUIDE). New York: Time Life, 1997.

 

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