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Deadly Oceans: In search of the deadliest sea creatures
Robertson-Brown, N.; Robertson-Brown, C. (2016). Deadly Oceans: In search of the deadliest sea creatures. Reed New Holland: London, Sydney, Auckland. ISBN 978-1-92151-782-2. 320 pp.

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    VLIZ: Man-in-the-Sea and Diving DIV.50 [101880]

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    Marine

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  • Robertson-Brown, N.
  • Robertson-Brown, C.

Abstract
    The world’s oceans are filled with an array of venomous and toxic marine critters, not to mention a whole host of apex carnivores. Join ace divers and photographers Nick and Caroline Robertson-Brown as they tour the world in search of the 50 deadliest sea creatures. Animals covered come from all around the globe and include jellyfish, sea snakes, blue-ringed octopuses, lionfish, pufferfish, stingrays, cone shells, leopard seals, orcas, crocodiles and, of course, a whole range of sharks. And there’s an intriguing twist in deciding just which one is the most deadly!

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