Sensuous Seas: Tales of a Marine Biologist

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Sensuous Seas
Tales of a Marine Biologist

EUGENE H. KAPLAN

Drawings by Sandy Chichester Rivkin
and Susan L. Kaplan

Princeton University Press
Princeton and Oxford

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface - What Is a Marine Biologist? vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Apologia xi
  • Prologue - The Perils of Teach Us 1
  • 1- Deadly Dart 3
  • 2- The Great Jade G Octopus Hunt 9
  • 3- Bedtime Stories 20
  • 4- Garden of Eden- The Death Apple and the Tree of Life 29
  • 5- A True Romance Story 36
  • 6- Elixir of Love 46
  • 7- Skinny South Sea Sausages 52
  • 8- The Only Male Reproductive Organ 59
  • 9- Living Lance 66
  • 10- Role Reversal 74
  • 11- Super Male 83
  • 12- Miracle Fish 89
  • 13- Fugu 99
  • 14- Bunnies of the Sea 107
  • 15- Passion for Purple 116
  • 16- Size Does Count 122
  • 17- Fiddler on the Root 131
  • 18- Beware the Duppy 138
  • 19- The Secret of an Improved Sex Life 145
  • 20- How to Court a Female 152
  • 21- The Anti-Blb Club 159
  • 22- Sea Pussy 166
  • 23- Debunking the Big Lie 176
  • 24- A Peek into the Anus of a Sea Cucumber 183
  • 25- The Yellow Submarine 190
  • 26- The Perils of Vanity 200
  • 27- Sexually Repressed Victorian Taxonomists 206
  • 28- Random Ramblings on Relationships 214
  • 29- Penile Bloodletting 222
  • 30- Death and Confusion 232
  • 31- Eyeball to Eyeball 242
  • Epilogue - The Facets of Knowledge 253
  • Glossary 257
  • Illustration Sources 264
  • Index 265
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