By: J Cribb
160 pages, 115 col photos
A mixture of warm- and cold-water currents, and trade winds, make the Galapagos archipelago one of the world's richest underwater environments, yet until recently they remained totally unprotected. This is the author's account of a year's diving off the islands and the amazing wildlife encountered.
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