By: Nick Robertson-Brown(Author), Caroline Robertson-Brown(Author)
287 pages, 200 colour photos
Watching wildlife under the surface of the sea – whether snorkelling or scuba diving – is increasingly popular. This book covers 50 of the very best underwater wildlife experiences from around the world, including temperate, tropical and arctic waters. Each location is chosen for a particular key wildlife phenomenon, whether it is coral reefs, whales, seals, manta rays, and so on. Each has captivating images, a written account and a concise fact-panel outlining key species, tips for visitors, equipment to take and the best time to visit.
Experiences include: crocodiles and silky sharks in Cuba; Great White Sharks and Weedy Seadragons in Australia; Whale Sharks and manta rays in the Maldives; hammerhead sharks in the Bahamas; Basking Sharks and seals in the UK; turtles and stingrays in the Caribbean; schooling fish and corals in Egypt; the sardine run in South Africa; Manatees and kelp forests in the USA; and manta rays, anemonefish, frogfish and more in Indonesia. It will be the ultimate tour of the world's marine wildlife hot-spots, guaranteed to whet the appetite of divers, snorkelers and armchair naturalists everywhere.
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Nick and Caroline Robertson-Brown are a husband and wife team of underwater photographers. They both have degrees in biology from Manchester University, with Caroline also having a masters in animal behaviour. Nick has been awarded a Fellowship from the Royal Photographic Society and he also has a masters in teaching. They are passionate about marine conservation and hope that their images can inspire people to look after our seas and oceans.
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