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Reef: Exploring the Underwater World

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By: Marine Conservation Society
360 pages, 500+ col photos
Reef: Exploring the Underwater World
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  • Reef: Exploring the Underwater World ISBN: 9781405322256 Hardback Sep 2007 Out of Print #167075
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This book presents close encounters of an underwater kind. From the mangrove swamps of South-East Asia to the kelp forests of New Zealand, join the acclaimed underwater photographic and conservation team Scubazoo for an unprecedented insight into the Earth's most beautiful aquatic environments. Explore the book and 30-minute DVD and come face-to-fin with inhabitants from algae to sharks, and explore the splendour, diversity and fragile nature of this underwater world. Examine the full spectrum of animal behaviour, trace the intricate interdependent relationships that exist between vast ranges of species, and witness the ebb and flow of day-to-day life.

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Scubazoo, based in Borneo, are a dedicated team of British underwater cameramen, who've devoted their lives to the filming and preservation of reefs worldwide. Their work includes filming for the BBC series Planet Earth as well as for National Geographic, Discovery, Animal Planet and NBC news channels.

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Scubazoo, based in Borneo, are a dedicated team of British underwater cameramen, who've devoted their lives to the filming and preservation of reefs worldwide. Their work includes filming for the BBC series Planet Earth as well as for National Geographic, Discovery, Animal Planet, and NBC news channels.

Popular Science Out of Print
By: Marine Conservation Society
360 pages, 500+ col photos
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