Synopses & Reviews
From the venomous box jellyfish to the vicious piranha, deadly black mamba to the great white shark, Predators is packed with astonishing photographs and information about some of the worlds most efficient hunters. There are essential facts to absorb about each one, such as their habitat and preferred prey, plus a Killer Fact about each one, too - did you know that tigers have been blamed for over 16,000 human deaths in India? An inspirational read for fact-hungry kids.
In this new installment in the award-winning, non-fiction series Scientists in the Field, author Sy Montgomery and expert underwater photographer Keith Ellenbogen daringly investigate one of the oceanandrsquo;s greatest enigmas and one of the worldandrsquo;s deadliest predators: The Great White Shark.
About the Author
Sy Montgomery is an author,andnbsp;naturalist, newspaper columnist,andnbsp;scriptwriter, and radio commentator who writes award-winning books for children as well as adults. She lives in Hancock, New Hampshire.andnbsp;Visit her website at symontgomery.com. andnbsp;andnbsp;andnbsp;andnbsp; Syandnbsp;Montgomery and photographer Nic Bishop won theandnbsp;Sibert Medal in 2011andnbsp;for their collaborative work on Kakapo Rescue:andnbsp;Saving the World's Strangest Parrot,andnbsp;another Scientist in the Field title.andnbsp;andnbsp;Keith Ellenbogen is an award-winning underwater photographer with an emphasis on environmental conservation. His images have been published worldwide in newspapers, magazines, and books as well as on TV. He is a Senior Fellow with The International League of Conservation Photographers (iLCP), a Fellow with the Explorers Club, and an Assistant Professor of Photography at the Fashion Institute of Technology / SUNY.