By Matthew Landau
Millions of people spend time around the ocean. In doing so, most have come into contact with an animal that has a protective mechanism of some sort. Landau explains in detail, with the aid of illustrations, the types of marine animals that exist in the waters of the Atlantic Coast, the Gulf of Mexico, and the Caribbean and the particular type of toxins or dangers each poses.
1997 | 218 pp/hardbound | ISBN 0-937548-36-7 | $29.95
1997 | 218 pp/softbound | ISBN 0-937548-33-2 | $19.95