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Storms at sea by Michael Bright

Storms at sea

by Michael Bright

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This series looks in detail at our oceans and at the fascinating creatures that live in, above and below the waves. Starting with a look at the forces that shape and affect our oceans, the series moves forward to look at ocean wildlife in different parts of the world, how some animals make huge journeys across them and which creatures live in the ocean depths. It finishes by taking a look at people and the sea, studying famous shipwrecks and ocean voyages. Storms at Sea examines the terrific force of the oceans and the huge part that oceans play in world climates. It studies how hurricanes form, what makes a tidal wave and how deep sea currents can cause storms on the other side of the world.

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