14 Results
14 Results
The ocean is... —Kranking, Kathy.

The reader is invited on an underwater tour of the ocean to view the varied plant and animal life there.

Antarctic ice —Mastro, Jim, 1953-

Photographs and text describe the varied animal life on the coldest continent, focusing on the Adélie penguin, Weddell seal, and Orca whale.

Jellyfish —Taylor, L. R. (Leighton R.)

Describes the life cycle, habitat, behavior, and physical structure of the soft-bodied sea animal that has no brain or bones.

Nature. Antarctica

Program 1: The End of the Earth: Shows the fierce, remote, and astonishingly beautiful part of the earth. Look into the face of the Katabatic, the downward sloping wind that decimates life and dictates the weather. Then ...

Beneath the waves : exploring the hidden world of the kelp forest —Wu, Norbert.

Describes plants and animals that live in and around kelp bed forests, including otters, seals, plankton, eels, and octopi.

Creeps from the deep —Taylor, L. R. (Leighton R.)

In text and photographs, presents what is known about the deep ocean and the exotic creatures that live there.

The Red Sea —Taylor, L. R. (Leighton R.)

Examines various aspects of the Red Sea, including its physical features, sea life, and human inhabitants.

The Indian Ocean —Taylor, Leighton.

In text and photographs, presents information about the Indian Ocean, its location, physical environment, animal life, islands, and mysteries.

The Pacific Ocean —Taylor, L. R. (Leighton R.)

In text and photographs, presents some of what is known about the Pacific Ocean, its islands, its people, and its exotic creatures.

The Caribbean Sea —Taylor, Leighton. (Leighton R.)

In text and photographs, presents information about the Caribbean Sea, its location, physical environment, animal life, islands, and mysteries.

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