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Fishes of the Caribbean Reefs (Caribbean Pocket Natural History Series) (edition 1979)

by Ian F. Took (Author)

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Title:Fishes of the Caribbean Reefs (Caribbean Pocket Natural History Series)
Authors:Ian F. Took (Author)
Info:Macmillan Caribbean (1979), Edition: 1, 92 pages
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This fascinating book provides the keen diver and snorkeller with an introduction to some of the more common and spectacular fish which can be seen around the Caribbean and Tropical West Atlantic Reefs. It is also of interest to those who maintain marine aquaria, as many of the smaller species covered are quite suitable for the average home aquarium. Adapting in some small way to the underwater environment can open up a whole new world and provide enough material for a lifetime of study and enjoyment both for the seasoned expert and the enthusiastic amateur.

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