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In the Company of Seahorses

By: Steve Trewhella(Author), Julie Hatcher(Author), Doug Allan(Foreword By)
240 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations
In the Company of Seahorses
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Seahorses are instantly recognisable and have been a part of our culture for millennia, yet we still know very little about these enigmatic creatures.

Steve Trewhella and Julie Hatcher have spent hundreds of hours in British waters observing native seahorses, witnessing at first hand how they behave in the wild, and how they interact with the other plants and animals in their underwater realm.

With stunning photography, In the Company of Seahorses paints a rich picture of a mysterious world amongst swaying seagrass and colourful seaweeds. The accompanying text is packed with personal anecdotes describing the authors' journey of discovery, illustrating for the first time the secretive lives of these elusive animals in British waters.

By sharing one couple's passion for an entrancing ocean icon, In the Company of Seahorses aims to inspire, inform and create a better understanding of the seahorse and its often vulnerable habitats around the British coastline.

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By: Steve Trewhella(Author), Julie Hatcher(Author), Doug Allan(Foreword By)
240 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations
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