Carole G. Vogel
It’s eat or be eaten beneath the sea. Discover how underwater creatures adapt to their dangerous environment and how they survive in a place where most wildlife ends up in the belly of a predator. Cannibalism, deadly venom, and even sex transformations (changing from a male to female or vice versa) are successful strategies used by some species to compete.
Praise for The Restless Sea: Ocean Wildlife
“… Ranging from dolphins and whales to anemones and algae, the clearly written narrative introduces the many creatures that have adapted to the harsh conditions of the ocean. The disastrous effects of overfishing, contamination, and pollution are briefly examined. [Human Impact and Ocean Wildlife] are valuable works for both research and report writing, as well as for providing vitally important information to the future keepers of the Earth.” --School Library Journal
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