Great British Marine Animals by Paul Naylor 4th Edition Info
Paul Naylor's 4th Edition of his superb Great British Marine Animals An excellent softback book, to help identify the marine life of the British coastline. With an additional 500 new photographs this is by far the largest revision of Paul's Great British Marine Animals to date.
New material shows much more of the animals intriguing behaviour and also describes 40 additional species. There are now over 600 colour photographs and 432 pages. This fabulous 4rd Edition should prove to be as informative as Paul Naylor's previous editions, containing stunning photography and a superb reference tool. Paul has been captivated by the animals that live around the coast of Britain since he first donned a mask and snorkel on the Norfolk coast nearly fifty years ago.
Many of the fabulous photos taken by Paul Naylor, on his many dive trips around the UK, including diving Cornwall with us at Undersea Adventures, all help the diver and snorkeller identify the creatures to be seen and learn a little of their life. Identify the Marine Life while Scuba Diving or Snorkelling Cornwall.
Designed to aid identification of the common marine animals of Great British seas, this book is an eye-opening celebration of the wonderful diversity of animlas that live in British seas and the colourful and fascinating ways they go about their lives and all have amazing stories to tell. An absolute must for any Birthday, Father's Day, Mother's Day or Christmas gift a bargain book.
Great British Marine Animals by Paul Naylor 4th Edition Features
- There are photographs showing how they feed, breed, avoid being eaten and interact with other creatures in different ways.A superb reference book we have frequently referred to, to help explain a little more about some of the marine life to be discovered particularly when diving Cornwall and snorkelling around Penzance, Mount's Bay, St.Ives, Lamorna Cove, Prussia Cove, Sennen Cove, Land's End.Paul holds a doctorate in Marine Biology and many of his photos have also been displayed at the National Marine Aquarium, Plymouth.
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