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Beneath the Waves: Exploring the Hidden World of the Kelp Forest

by Norbert Wu

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0877018359, Hardcover)

Sensational photographs take readers on a journey beneath the waves and introduce them to the amazing life of the kelp forest environment. Readers will learn fascinating and varied facts such as how kelp grows, how it feeds and protects the animals that live in it, and how it can be ecologically harvested to produce such diverse products as ice cream and ink. Traveling through this hidden world, young marine biologists will discover gentle sea otters, giant jellyfish, spiny sea urchins, preying wolf eels and much, much more. The lively text is enhanced by a glossary and an index, making the book ideal for school and classroom collections as well as home libraries.

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Describes plants and animals that live in and around kelp bed forests, including otters, seals, plankton, eels, and octopi.

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