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Umibe No Ikimono Gaidobukku [A Guide to Observing Marine Creatures in their Habitats]

Field / Identification Guide
By: Eiichi Kurasawa(Author)
143 pages, colour photos
Umibe No Ikimono Gaidobukku [A Guide to Observing Marine Creatures in their Habitats]
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Language: Japanese

This field guide covers "familiar" sea creatures such as starfish, jellyfish, shrimps, crabs, and shellfish found in Japanese waters.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Eiichi Kurasawa(Author)
143 pages, colour photos
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