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Into the Mysterium

Art / Photobook
By: Michele Oka Doner(Author)
80 pages, colour photos
Publisher: Regan Arts
NHBS
A book that reveals the wondrous marine creatures deep in the heart of the endangered oceans that cover most of our planet
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With the oceans covering over 70 percent of the Earth's surface, our planet can be called a marine planet. Beneath the waves are millions of remarkable creatures – beautiful big whales, dangerous jellyfish, legions of phytoplankton – but also, perhaps least known, are the marine invertebrates who make up an essential part of marine life. At the University of Miami, Florida, one museum is devoted to the study of Atlantic and Eastern Pacific marine invertebrates – over 93,000 specimens. Many of them were pulled from the Gulf of Panama, throughout the Caribbean, the Florida Keys, and the eastern Pacific over the last fifty years. They represent creatures that may never be seen again as the oceans grow ever more polluted and as global warming wreaks havoc on these ecosystems. Here, in lavishly beautifully photographs, nearly 100 of the rarest, most wondrous, mystifying, and entrancing specimens are brought into the light. From rare seahorses to now extinct corals, these invertebrates leave one gasping again at the extraordinary beauty and mystery of our world.

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Art / Photobook
By: Michele Oka Doner(Author)
80 pages, colour photos
Publisher: Regan Arts
NHBS
A book that reveals the wondrous marine creatures deep in the heart of the endangered oceans that cover most of our planet
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