Authors : National Geographic; Rob Waring
24 Pages Paperback
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The puffer fish is a famous type of fish in Japan. If it's prepared properly, it's a safe and delicious meal. If it's not, it can kill those who eat it. How do chefs prepare the fish correctly? What are scientists doing to protect people who eat puffer fish?
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