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Oshenerth: Blue Magic
Undercurrent contributor Alan Dean Foster has written 125 books, including Star Wars: The Force Awakens, which recently made the New York Times' list of best-selling print and eBooks. His latest effort is an epic that takes place entirely underwater, introducing us to a race of people who reversed evolution and returned to the oceans. Then the book turns into a war novel, but expresses concern about other looming problems that both the world and the ocean face today.
Nudibranch and Sea Slug Identification: Indo-Pacific
Indonesia has so much to offer the nudibranch enthusiast. For example, on Nudi Wall at Lembeh Strait, nudibranchs litter the seabed as if a great big sack of Gummy Bears has been carelessly tipped out. Nudibranchs are colorful slugs that wear their feathery gills on their backs. There are so many varieties, but how do you know which you've seen? New World Publications has come to the rescue with this weighty tome of 400 pages packed with color pictures, along with basic information to help the reader get the best chance of the right identification.
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