As The Washington Post’s national environmental reporter, Juliet Eilperin first slipped into the water with sharks in the spring of 2005, when she visited researchers at the Bimini Biological Laboratory (commonly known as “The Shark Lab”) in the Bahamas. After becoming fascinated with these ancient creatures—as well as the new discoveries scientists have been making about how they travel, feed and reproduce—Ms. Eilperin began a worldwide pursuit of sharks and the people whose lives have become inextricably linked to them over the years.
Book: Demon Fish
“Demon Fish: Travels Through the Hidden World of Sharks” provides a global look at the often surprising and inexplicable ways people and cultures relate to, and engage with, the ocean’s top predator. Continue Reading »
Enter the world of sharks as Juliet Eilperin explains the story behind her new book.
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