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The 33 Amazing Sharks: A Kids' Learn to Read Animal Picture Book with Large Photos (Free Bonus: 30+ Free Online Kids' Jigsaw Puzzle Games!) (33 Animals | Animal Fact Books for Kids)

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(This book is currently a Best Seller on Amazon) Did You Know? - The bullhead shark has a pig nose! - The thresher shark has a fox tail! - The swell shark barks like a dog! - The cookiecutter shark is only 22 inches long but attacks whales! - The spinner shark spins into the air to eat! - The Greenland shark moves slower than people walking and catches sleeping seals! - The whale (This book is currently a Best Seller on Amazon) Did You Know? - The bullhead shark has a pig nose! - The thresher shark has a fox tail! - The swell shark barks like a dog! - The cookiecutter shark is only 22 inches long but attacks whales! - The spinner shark spins into the air to eat! - The Greenland shark moves slower than people walking and catches sleeping seals! - The whale shark, the largest shark and fish, feeds on tiny creatures almost invisible! - The nurse shark sounds like a nursing baby when eating! - The smallest shark is only 6 inches long! - The goblin shark has a pink body but looks really ugly! - The bull shark can live in fresh water, such as the Mississippi River! - The basking shark pushes 2,000 tons of water per hour through its mouth! - Does the lemon shark really look like a lemon? - Is the frill shark really the legendary "sea serpent" or "Loch Ness Monster"? - Why the great white shark rolls back it eyeballs when eating? - Why the tiger shark is nicknamed the "wastebasket of the sea"? - Why the shyshark covers its eyes with the tail? - And a lot, lot MORE! - Look Inside the Book Now to reveal all the fascinating shark SECRETS today! Here's what you are going to get: ============================================== #33. Bullhead Shark The bullhead shark has a ridge over each eye, thus got the name “bullhead”. It has a chubby body and large fins. It has a pig nose. It has the strongest bites relative to its size (over 3 feet), and feeds on hard shell creatures, such as clams, mussels, and crabs. #32. Tiger Shark The tiger shark is nicknamed the “wastebasket of the sea” because it eats anything nearby, such as boat pieces, books, tires, fish, seabirds, dolphins, and sea turtles. Its teeth can cut through bones and turtle shells like knives. It has a special sensory organ named “later line” that can feel the small vibration in the water, which makes the shark an excellent hunter in the dark. It’s big – up to 18 feet and 1.5 tons. ... #30. Cookiecutter Shark The cookiecutter shark is tiny – only up to 22 inches long. It has the largest teeth based on its body size. It bites flesh from large sea creatures, including whales, and creates round, cookie-shaped wounds. It’s also called “cigar shark” for its looking. #29. Whale Shark Growing up to 65 feet and 34 tons, the whale shark is the largest fish in the world. It sucks in the water to filter through it gills to get food. The whale shark has over 4,000 tiny teeth about the size of a match head - way smaller than peas. It eats tinny creatures in the ocean: plankton, algae, small squids, and small fish happened to be close by. ... ============================================== This book uses real-life, large, and beautiful photos instead of the regular hand-drawings to attract your kids' attention right away. More importantly, it shows an entire new world of the sharks, which are quite different from what people usually understand: - Sharks are not only huge meat eating monsters, they can be as little as 6 inches! - They are not always fast. Instead, they can be slower than people walking and only catch sleeping seals! - They live in the Mississippi River and fresh water lakes too! - Some have been living with dinosaurs!&


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(This book is currently a Best Seller on Amazon) Did You Know? - The bullhead shark has a pig nose! - The thresher shark has a fox tail! - The swell shark barks like a dog! - The cookiecutter shark is only 22 inches long but attacks whales! - The spinner shark spins into the air to eat! - The Greenland shark moves slower than people walking and catches sleeping seals! - The whale (This book is currently a Best Seller on Amazon) Did You Know? - The bullhead shark has a pig nose! - The thresher shark has a fox tail! - The swell shark barks like a dog! - The cookiecutter shark is only 22 inches long but attacks whales! - The spinner shark spins into the air to eat! - The Greenland shark moves slower than people walking and catches sleeping seals! - The whale shark, the largest shark and fish, feeds on tiny creatures almost invisible! - The nurse shark sounds like a nursing baby when eating! - The smallest shark is only 6 inches long! - The goblin shark has a pink body but looks really ugly! - The bull shark can live in fresh water, such as the Mississippi River! - The basking shark pushes 2,000 tons of water per hour through its mouth! - Does the lemon shark really look like a lemon? - Is the frill shark really the legendary "sea serpent" or "Loch Ness Monster"? - Why the great white shark rolls back it eyeballs when eating? - Why the tiger shark is nicknamed the "wastebasket of the sea"? - Why the shyshark covers its eyes with the tail? - And a lot, lot MORE! - Look Inside the Book Now to reveal all the fascinating shark SECRETS today! Here's what you are going to get: ============================================== #33. Bullhead Shark The bullhead shark has a ridge over each eye, thus got the name “bullhead”. It has a chubby body and large fins. It has a pig nose. It has the strongest bites relative to its size (over 3 feet), and feeds on hard shell creatures, such as clams, mussels, and crabs. #32. Tiger Shark The tiger shark is nicknamed the “wastebasket of the sea” because it eats anything nearby, such as boat pieces, books, tires, fish, seabirds, dolphins, and sea turtles. Its teeth can cut through bones and turtle shells like knives. It has a special sensory organ named “later line” that can feel the small vibration in the water, which makes the shark an excellent hunter in the dark. It’s big – up to 18 feet and 1.5 tons. ... #30. Cookiecutter Shark The cookiecutter shark is tiny – only up to 22 inches long. It has the largest teeth based on its body size. It bites flesh from large sea creatures, including whales, and creates round, cookie-shaped wounds. It’s also called “cigar shark” for its looking. #29. Whale Shark Growing up to 65 feet and 34 tons, the whale shark is the largest fish in the world. It sucks in the water to filter through it gills to get food. The whale shark has over 4,000 tiny teeth about the size of a match head - way smaller than peas. It eats tinny creatures in the ocean: plankton, algae, small squids, and small fish happened to be close by. ... ============================================== This book uses real-life, large, and beautiful photos instead of the regular hand-drawings to attract your kids' attention right away. More importantly, it shows an entire new world of the sharks, which are quite different from what people usually understand: - Sharks are not only huge meat eating monsters, they can be as little as 6 inches! - They are not always fast. Instead, they can be slower than people walking and only catch sleeping seals! - They live in the Mississippi River and fresh water lakes too! - Some have been living with dinosaurs!&

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