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Proteus: The Mysterious Ruler of Karst Darkness

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By: Marco Aljancic
Publisher: Speleo Projects
Proteus: The Mysterious Ruler of Karst Darkness
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  • Proteus: The Mysterious Ruler of Karst Darkness Hardback Dec 1993 Out of Print #156589
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The central subject of this book is the Proteus, or human fish, a magnificent and rare blind inhabitant of the Karst underworld of Slovenia. As we discover this living fossil of unknown origin, the largest cave animal in the world, we also learn of the fascinating origins of karst research and biospeleology in their very birthplace in Easter Europe.

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By: Marco Aljancic
Publisher: Speleo Projects
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