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Mediterranean fish and other marine animals

$28.00

Considered one of the most beautiful seas in the world, the small Mediterranean hosts in its waters an incredible biodiversity and unique species in the global panorama of sea inhabitants. Fish, gorgonians, corals, algae and plants such as posidonia that cover the Mediterranean seabed with extensive prairies, molluscs with shells similar to sculptures, urchins and starfish, crustaceans and other animals color the pages of this book, presenting them to the curious eyes of readers the great biological variety of our sea which is manifested in the large tables dedicated to the main submerged environments such as prairies, cliffs covered with gorgonians or caves. The pages dedicated to the recognition of organisms are enriched by special sections that tell the history of the Mediterranean and the biological bases that make it so particular and fascinating. The videos selected on YouTube, also accessible via QR Code, will accompany children on an extraordinary underwater journey, to observe fish in their habitat as if in a real dive.

Reasons of interest:

  • More than 250 visually stunning illustrations of as many fish and marine animals, accompanied by simple but complete text

  • Large double-page illustrations of fish and stunning reconstructions of marine habitats to deepen your knowledge

  • An extensive introduction with a general presentation and some more specific topics, from the structure of fish to molluscs and cetaceans
  • A QR code and a link to access the video of each fish
Size: 26 × 32.9 cm
160 pages
4 color printing
Hardcover
ISBN 9782889359219

    Angelo Mojetta, marine biologist, collaborates with television networks and nature and diving magazines (National Geographic, La magazine della Natura, AQVA, Oasis, Sub, Airone) and is the author of over 350 articles and books. He won the award for best guide to the underwater world at the World Underwater Image Festival in Antibes (1997) and the Golden Trident of the International Academy of Underwater Sciences and Techniques (2012).

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