A documentary about the ocean and the little-known species that live there, such as the sea butterfly, the lion's mane jellyfish and Neptune's brain coral.
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Sea butterfly, lion mane jellyfish, Neptune's brain coral... the ocean conceals a lot of unknown splendors. When was it born? What do gastropods look like? Which species are hiding in the depths of the abyss, lurking in the darkness? Majestic or improbable, fierce or vulnerable, its inhabitants form a fabulous world that we must preserve.
Dive into this extraordinary album to discover the mysteries of the oceans and understand why they are so precious to humans. Thanks to the precise and fascinating texts of researcher Loveday Trinick and the superb illustrations of Teagan White, the sea will no longer hold any secrets for you.

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Author: Trinick Loveday, Teagan White
Translator: Emmanuel Gros
Publisher: Casterman
Presentation : Hardcover
Format : Album
Language : French
Original language : English
Weight : 1268 g
37,7 x 27,9 x 1,6 cm
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