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Down to a Sunless Sea: The Strange World of Hydrothermal Vents (Ocean Explorer Series) | Paperback

by Kate Madin (Author)


List Price: $10.34  


Binding:  Paperback
Publisher:  Heinemann/Raintree
Page Count:  64 Pages
Publication Date:  August 01, 1999
Sales Rank:  6981109th


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Explains the nature and discovery of hydrothermal vents, the animals that live there, and current studies about these underwater environments

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