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Citizens of the Sea: Wondrous Creatures From the Census of Marine Life from National Geographic

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The astonishing diversity of sea life will wow you in this captivating book by marine researcher Nancy Knowlton. People of the Sea exposes the most fascinating organisms in the sea, caught in action by proficient underwater photographers from National Geographic and the Census of Marine Life.

As you check out vibrant vignettes about sea animals' names, defenses, migration, mating habits, and more, you'll be amazed at marvels like ...

· The nearly inconceivable variety of animals in the marine world. From the bounty of germs in one drop of seawater, we can determine that there are more individuals in the seas than stars in deep space.
· The sophisticated sensory abilities that assist these animals endure. For lots of, the conventional five senses are simply inadequate.
· The incredible ranges that seabirds and other species cover. Some will feed in both Arctic and Antarctic waters within a single year.
· The odd relationships usual in the marine world. From a dental hygienist for fish to a walrus's casual sex, you'll find beauty, functionality, and a lot of eccentricity in sea-life socialization.

Remarkably photographed and written in an easygoing style, People of the Sea will inform and captivate you with close-up documents of the remarkable facts of life in the sea arena.

From People of the Sea
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Coral reefs are full of hungry animals, however the coloration of this poisonous sea slug (Phyllidia ocellata) cautions predators that it is off the menu. (Darlyne A. Murawski/NationalGeographicStock. com, p. 37) This infant slipper lobster is entirely transparent prior to growing a thick shell. Its bizarre eyes may confuse predators while it floats in the plankton. (Peter Parks/SeaPics. com, p. 39) Fast-growing huge kelps (Macrocystis pyrifera) form cold-water forests that lots of fish, invertebrates, and creatures call house. (Phillip Colla/SeaPics. com, p. 79) "Smiling" for the video camera, this vibrant ember parrotfish (Scarus rubroviolaceus) shows off its outstanding chops, which can easily pulverize coral. (Paul Sutherland/NationalGeographicStock. com, p. 148)




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