"Emperors of the Deep" book review
Recently while strolling the new release aisle at the Port Orange Library, I came across a book called "Emperors of the Deep." The book is all about sharks and the cover states "Sharks - The Ocean's Most Mysterious, Most Misunderstood, and Most Important Guardians." I was immediately intrigued and checked it out.
As most people in the area know, New Smyrna Beach is considered the shark bite capital of the world. Many people in this area have a fear of sharks, much more so than most other animals that they could encounter. This book sets out to change our views on sharks, explore how we got them in the first place, and to discuss what is happening to sharks in our oceans. This book goes in-depth to provide information on the state of sharks in our world, why we should care, and what we can do about it.
This is an important book for everyone to read. It's especially important for those who support longline fishing with their store purchases (such as buying tuna), and for those who care about humans, animals, and protecting the oceans. You will learn more about sharks than you ever thought possible, but will also learn about how the fishing industry supports slavery, why sharks are so misunderstood, and so important to our planet.
Living in the area of the shark bite capital, I think it's even more important for people to read this book and gain a better understanding of sharks.
I highly recommend reading "Emperors of the Deep," whether you pick it up from the library, or purchase it on your own. Two thumbs up!
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