This book tells the story of Tylosaurus, which swam in the prehistoric seas between 87 and 82 million years ago. It was a fierce marine reptile that used its sharp teeth and huge jaws to feed on sharks and other marine reptiles, such as plesiosaurs, as well as fish. A Tylosaurus could grow as long as 50 feet (15 meters) and was a superb swimmer.
Where else could you stay dry while visiting aquatic animals from around the world? Only in an aquarium can you visit and learn about all these different local and exotic animals. Aquarium staff care for and teach about these animals, as well as work to conserve and protect threatened and endangered species. Follow this behind-the-scenes photographic journal as it leads you into the wondrous world of aquariums and the animal helpers who work there.
Snails and sea slugs use Sea Slime. But, did you know that coral and clownfish need slime too? Marine scientist Ellen Prager takes us deep into the sea to introduce us to fascinating and bizarre animals that use slime to capture their food, protect themselves from harm, or even move from place to place in their underwater environment.
Want to get close to a shark? Flip through pages of shark facts and full-spread photos A book you can really sink your teeth into!
A child learns about several shark species and then goes on a cage diving adventure to meet a great white shark.
Que podemos ver en el mar?
Learn about bottlenose dolphins and the amazing ways they help each other in the wild. Readers will also learn about where bottlenose dolphins live, what they eat, etc.This title pairs simple text with vibrant photographs. Aligned to Common Core Standards and correlated to state standards.