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Jawsome Shark Quizzes - Test Your Knowledge of Shark Types Behaviors Attacks Legends and Other Trivia - cover

Jawsome Shark Quizzes - Test Your Knowledge of Shark Types Behaviors Attacks Legends and Other Trivia

Karen Chu

Publisher: Ulysses Press

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Dive into shark-infested trivia and school your brain with quizzes that are perfect for Shark Week and anytime you want to make waves.  
 
You call yourself a shark a-fish-ionado, but how well do you really know the ocean’s ultimate predator? Test your intelligence with these interactive quizzes packed to the gills with fun facts.Do sharks sleep?Can sharks see in color?Can you hypnotize a shark?How far away can a shark detect its prey?What’s the fastest shark? Strongest shark? Largest shark?Does the great white shark have predators?How high can a mako shark jump?What’s a group of sharks called? 
 
With the fin-formation in Jawsome Shark Quizzes, you can impress your chums with your knowledge of all things shark.
Available since: 06/06/2017.
Print length: 226 pages.

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