Reef: A Safari Through the Coral World
Sierra Club Books, 1991 - Science - 200 pages
Featuring more than 100 of the renowned author's dazzling photographs, this companion to Shark is the first work to capture the extraordinary underwater landscape of the world's coral reefs. The stunning images, accompanied by detailed captions, convey the full range of incredible inhabitants of coral reefs from Australia to the Bahamas to the Red Sea. 115 color photographs; 5 color drawings; 4 maps.
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