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Octopus's Garden: Hydrothermal Vents And Other Mysteries Of The Deep Sea (Helix Books) | Hardcover

by Cindy Lee Van Dover (Author)


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Binding:  Hardcover
Publisher:  Basic Books
Page Count:  183 Pages
Publication Date:  January 02, 1996
Sales Rank:  1995774th



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An introduction to deep-sea life explains how hydrothermal vents have given way to a thriving population of unique creatures, profiles several members of the geyser community, and considers the threat of underwater landslides and earthquakes.

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