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Atlantis (Edge Books: The Unexplained)

by Michael Martin

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"Describes the lost continent of Atlantis and theories about its possible location"--Provided by publisher.
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According to legend, thousands of years ago a giant tidal wave wiped out an entire civilization. But did the lost island of Atlantis actually exist? And if it did, where was it located? Learn about the legend of Atlantis and discover recent evidence that may show its final resting place.
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