By: Paul Kay
60 pages, Col photos, maps
Lundy, a small island off the coast of north Devon, is the only Marine Nature Reserve (MNR) in England and is a superb location for scuba diving - rich marine life and dramatic underwater scenery - seals, swaying kelp forests, basking sharks and rock walls and caves adorned with a colourful 'garden' of sea fans, jewel anemones and cup corals. An excellent addition to any divers or indeed marine-lovers library, this dive guide gives details and simple diagrams of a few of Lundy's excellent dive sites and explains what is being done to conserve the marine environment around Lundy. A cleverly designed 'cut out and laminate' section of excellent colour photos enables divers to identify some of the marine wildlife they find.
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