Steven Speilberg’s Jaws may have changed Hollywood’s approach to films otherwise left to B-movie schlock-meisters and made a whole generation afraid to go into the water, but is that the whole story?
Jaws inspired a host of chilling nature-attacks creature features and even a whole extended family of killer shark pictures from 1999’s big dumb Deep Blue Sea to 2010’s harrowing The Reef, but how fair is this on the Great White?
The answer, according to the first issue of Imagine Publishing’s World Of Animals, is not very!
Inside issue 1 of World Of Animals, you’ll discover how the Great White hunts its prey, how and why humans sometimes run afoul of these awe-inspiring predators, and hear from marine biologist Richard Ellis how the Great White’s bad press can all be traced back to that one movie in the summer of 1975.
How do I get my eager paws on World Of Animals issue 1?
- Online at the ImagineShop
- Digitally on Apple Newsstand or GreatDigitalMags
- Subscribe and save 25% off the shelf price
- And in all good newsagents, like this branch of WHSmiths: