In Faceless, Spineless, and Brainless Ocean Animals, readers will travel deep down into to the ocean habitat to learn about some interesting creatures. Many invertebrates in the ocean have no face, no limbs, not even a brain, yet they still move, eat, reproduce, and defend themselves in amazing ways. Readers will discover the incredible adaptations and behaviours of these invertebrates.
Jody Sullivan Rake specializes in writing about any and all animals. After earning a zoology degree from San Francisco State University, she became an educator and science writer at SeaWorld in San Diego. She still lives in San Diego.