''Fishes of the Open Ocean: A Natural History and Illustrated Guide'' Book by Julian Pepperell and Guy Harvey

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  • Details about the ocean's top layer
  • Fascinating facts
  • Fish include jacks, sharks and rays
  • Maps and illustrations by Guy Harvey
  • Measures 9.5'' x 11.5''

The ''open ocean'' refers to the sea's top layer, home to only a few of the world's 31,000 species of fish. In ''Fishes of the Open Ocean: A Natural History and Illustrated Guide'', top Australian marine biologist and world authority on oceanic fishes, Julian Pepperell, uncovers this complex, often delicate world. Guy Harvey joins forces with Pepperell to contribute global distribution maps and new illustrations. Fish covered include jacks, mackerels, sharks, and many more. 266 pages. Hardcover.

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