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Die Ostsee 190 Tiere und Pflanzen

Field / Identification Guide Out of Print
By: Dirk Schories(Author), Ute Wilhelmsen(Author)
128 pages, illustrations
Publisher: Kosmos Verlag
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  • Die Ostsee ISBN: 9783440132029 Edition: 2 Paperback Feb 2012 Out of Print #208544
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Language: German

Now the No.1 destination for German tourists, the Baltic Sea region is popular with visitors. Very special animals and plants can be observed and easily determined using Die Ostsee: 190 Tiere und Pflanzen on the Baltic Sea Coast: from grey seals, shellfish to crustaceans and plant life.

Summary in German:
Der Ostseeraum ist bei den Touristen beliebt. Mittlerweile ist er das deutsche Urlaubsgebiet Nr. 1 und liegt damit sogar vor dem langjährigen Spitzenreiter Bayern. An der Ostseeküste lassen sich ganz besondere Tiere und Pflanzen beobachten und mit diesem Band leicht bestimmen: Kegelrobben, Muscheln, Krebse und Pflanzen.

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Dr. Ute Wilhelmsen ist Meeresbiologin und Wissenschaftsjournalistin. Neben vielen populärwissenschaftlichen Artikeln für Zeitschriften und Zeitungen verfasst sie auch Bücher

Field / Identification Guide Out of Print
By: Dirk Schories(Author), Ute Wilhelmsen(Author)
128 pages, illustrations
Publisher: Kosmos Verlag
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