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The Octopus's Garden: Hydrothermal Vents and Other Mysteries of the Deep Sea (Helix Books) | Hardcover

by Cindy Lee Van Dover (Author)


List Price: $20.00  


Binding:  Hardcover
Publisher:  Perseus Books
Page Count:  183 Pages
Publication Date:  January 01, 1996
Sales Rank:  739521st



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Product Description
This text introduces readers to the life forms that scientists have only recently discovered thriving 9000-12,000 feet below the sea. It describes the incredibly difficult circumstances under which scientists explore the bottom of the sea and provides an account of voyages to this realm.

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