Although they are often portrayed as vicious man-eaters, sharks actually kill fewer than ten people per year. Yet those myths cause real harm to these mostly peace-loving creatures. Many species of shark are being hunted to extinction, with as many as 100–200 million sharks being killed each year. This humorous book humanizes the often-misunderstood shark through breathtaking original underwater photography, along with incredible facts about these amazing creatures in the wild. This is a crucial message about ocean conservation delivered in an irresistible format that will engage readers on every level.