Includes bibliographical references (page 31) and index.
"Snatch! A great white leaps out of the water to catch a seal. How did it get its dinner? It used its superpowers! From a super sense of smell to super speed, a shark's body is built for one thing-hunting. Its nostrils can smell some substances 10,000 times better than people! Low light? No problem! A shark's eyes see well in dim light. A shark can even detect electricity that comes from prey. Readers will find out how these abilities and more have given sharks their place at the top of the ocean food chain"-- Provided by publisher.