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1 B.F. Chhapgar
Fishes of India
World Wildlife Fund in association with Oxford University Press; New Delhi, India; 2008; 019568799X / 9780195687996; First Edition; Paperback; New; 
Did you know that suckerfish can attach themselves onto other fishes to get a free ride? Or that the markings on the young Koran fish resemble the sacred inscriptions of the Koran? How some sharks give birth to their young rather than lay eggs, and how anglerfish actually stalk their prey with their stub-like fins and then ‘bait’ like fishermen! Fishes of India introduces us to the little known world of fishes, both fresh water and marine, found in India. Over 130 varieties are described in detail through numerous line drawings and photographs. A colour section on fishes gives us an unusual insight into their natural habitat. Sections on the uses of fish, a glossary, and a list of the common, scientific, and vernacular names of fishes provide additional information for interested readers. 024437

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2 B.F. Chhapgar
Seashore Life of India
World Wildlife Fund in association with Oxford University Press; New Delhi, India; 2008; 0195688007 / 9780195688009; First Edition; Paperback; New; 
Did you know that sea anemones reproduce simply by splitting into two? Or that a ribbon worm can live without food for up to a year? That sea hares are actually modified snails? Or that you can hypnotize an octopus? Covering everything from sponges to crabs, birds, and algae, Seashore Life of India introduces us to the plant and animal life along India’s coastline. Descriptions of the animals are arranged in order of complexity, and include marine animals across eight phyla—Porifera, Coelenterata, Bryozoa, Annelida, Arthopoda, Mollusca, Echinodermata, and Chordata. A colour section shows these creatures in their natural habitat, and the Introduction and glossary provide interesting additional information. 024912

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