Features undersea photography taken by Jeff Rotman, who has spent over thirty years photographing life in our planet's seas and oceans. This title includes a variety of ocean landscapes and ecosystems, along with the diversity of wildlife found there, from sharks and dolphins to starfish and eels to anemones and coral cities. The exotic locales in which Rotman captured these images span the globe: Galapagos Islands, Red Sea, Costa Rica, Papua New Guinea, Great Barrier Reef, Vancouver Island, South Africa and Hawaii, to name but a few. Two of the richest, most diverse areas are located off the coast of Costa Rica and the Red Sea.
Rotman's text highlights scientific facts and trivia about the amazing undersea world, interspersed with interesting personal anecdotes and insight gained from his many years photographing this amazing underwater eden.
He is the author of numerous books on marine life for adults, including Eyes into Secret Seas, as well as eight children's books. His natural history articles appear regularly in prestigious international magazines. Over the years Rotman has developed a singular passion for sharks, which have inspired him to explore nearly all the seas of the world to document sharks of all shapes and sizes, from the colossal whale shark to the diminutive pygmy shark.