The Wilderness Coast

The Wilderness Coast[Read] ➵ The Wilderness Coast By Jack Rudloe – Heartforum.co.uk The wilderness coast that portion of the Florida Panhandle that juts south into the Gulf of Mexico is the home of Gulf Specimen Company, and the source of most of the marine creatures that it supplies The Wilderness Coast that portion of the Florida Panhandle that juts south into the Gulf of Mexico is the home of Gulf Specimen Company, and the source of most of the marine creatures that it supplies to educational institutions and research facilities But the pursuit of the unusual sea creatures and The Wilderness PDF/EPUB or the answers to puzzling biological questions take biologists Jack and Anne Rudloe elsewhere, too They have travelled to Surinam to catch giant toadfish for the New York Aquarium, to the Florida Keys to study immature spiny lobsters, and to Port Canaveral s ship channel to rescue endangered sea turtles from the crushing jaws of the dredge They have plumbed the depths of the Gulf of Mexico to find prehistoric looking giant sea roaches, and explored the life histories and mysteries of electric rays, octopuses, horseshoe crabs, and other fascinating marine animals in the course of their daily business Like any profession, specimen collecting has its attendant hazards for instance, being slashed by a sawfish, zapped by an electric ray, nipped by a sawfish, zapped by an electric ray, nipped by an annoyed sea turtle, or attacked by an alligator More perilous yet is being caught offshore in violent storm in a less than seaworthy boat Jack Rudloe s knowledge of marine biology and ability to tell a good story have made this entertaining and informative book a natural history classic.

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    Import EPUB to the Program Import EPUB to study immature spiny lobsters, and to Port Canaveral s ship channel to rescue endangered sea turtles from the crushing jaws of the dredge They have plumbed the depths of the Gulf of Mexico to find prehistoric looking giant sea roaches, and explored the life histories and mysteries of electric rays, octopuses, horseshoe crabs, and other fascinating marine animals in the course of their daily business Like any profession, specimen collecting has its attendant hazards for instance, being slashed by a sawfish, zapped by an electric ray, nipped by a sawfish, zapped by an electric ray, nipped by an annoyed sea turtle, or attacked by an alligator More perilous yet is being caught offshore in violent storm in a less than seaworthy boat Jack Rudloe s knowledge of marine biology and ability to tell a good story have made this entertaining and informative book a natural history classic."/>
  • Paperback
  • 262 pages
  • The Wilderness Coast
  • Jack Rudloe
  • English
  • 14 August 2017
  • 0820012076

10 thoughts on “The Wilderness Coast

  1. Grif Morpeth says:

    Loved the book I try to teach my kids that there is so muchto Florida than sitting on a beach and his Gulf Specimen Marine Lab has become a tradition for our family vacations If you love the marshes and shores of Florida then you really should read Rudloe s books My only compliant here is that there are numerous errors in the kindle edition All the facts and stories are correct it s just that some paragraphs have text from previous pages randomly inserted Almost like a draft was used Loved the book I try to teach my kids that there is so muchto Florida than sitting on a beach and his Gulf Specimen Marine Lab has become a tradition for our family vacations If you love the marshes and shores of Florida then you really should read Rudloe s books My only compliant here is that there are numerous errors in the kindle edition All the facts and stories are correct it s just that some paragraphs have text from previous pages randomly inserted Almost like a draft was used for the Kindle edition rather than the final copy But, nonetheless, a great read and I look forward to readingof his books

  2. Laura says:

    It was interesting learning about new animals, but every time he wrote about how many creatures they killed in pursuit of the one animal, I was kind of horrified and disgusted.

  3. Anne says:

    I had the opportunity to meet Jack Rudloe recently and I admire his life work His account of collecting marine specimens and his ability to write engagingly make this an educational and entertaining book He gives us a lot to think about in regard to man s connection to the sea and to the life forces that are sustained by the ocean including mankind.

  4. Lynn says:

    wonderful look at the panhandle of Florida and other placesrudloe is a good writer and natural scientist.

  5. Mark Lindahl says:

    Beautiful well written book about an amazing ecosystem It s dated, but still worthwhile for its prose and imagery.

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