for Deep-Sea Fishing by William David Thomas
Some people do their jobs in Arctic blizzards or fierce storms on the high seas. For some people, crawling through dark caves, climbing into sewers, searching through animal droppings, or even driving a car off a cliff is all in a day's work. Who does jobs like these, why do they do them, and how do they stay safe doing them? You'll find out in Dirty and Dangerous Jobs. Deep sea fishers use dangerous equipment on ice-covered decks. They combat huge waves, high winds, and sometimes even sharks. But the people who do this work welcome the challenges. Find out how these brave men and women bring fish from hazardous seas to dinner plates all over the world. Book jacket.
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