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Fishes: Their Ways of Life

Louis Roule (Author)
Synopsis Louis Roule-the author of the classical work, Fishes: Their Journeys and Migration, provides in this book an absorbing account of the amazing diversity of the actions and activities displayed by the fishes, constituting, what he calls, 'the living world of the waters'. Based on his close observations, Roule points out that the life of the fishes preserves all the essential and original qualities of all life. In the form of an interesting narrative, he describes the whole range of mechanisms related to the swimming, feeding, breathing, etc., of the fishes; discovers how do they see, and by what means are they assured of vision?; and also explains their extraordinary sense of feeling the vibrations in water. Professor Roule also invites the attention of the readers to such fascinating subjects as shark's teeth, poisonous fish, electric fish and describes the odd ingredients which go to make up the world-famous Bouillabaisse-in this book, which definitely makes an essential reading for all naturalists in general and those having a passion for fish and fishing, in particular.
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Title Fishes: Their Ways of Life
Author Louis Roule
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2001
Edition Reprint
Publisher Biotech Books
Language: English
isbn 817622054X
length 311p.