Published August 2004
by Child"s World .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||32|
- Who eats sea jellies? - Deepsea jellies - The future of jellies - Jellies and the environment There is also a resource section in the back which lists books for further reading as well as jellyfish websites. All of that information plus gorgeous pictures on nearly every page makes this a must-have book for anyone interested in jellyfish. It's /5(21). The words underscore the variety of jellyfish in the sea and point out their comparative simplicity, their special features, and their unforgettable beauty. The sometimes impressionistic, informative text begins by helping readers to imagine life as a jellyfish: 'If you were a jellyfish you would have two choices―to go up or to go down/5(16). Get this from a library! Sea jellies: from corals to jellyfish. [Sharon Sharth; Pedro Julio Gonzalez; A Natacha Pimentel C] -- Discusses the characteristics of sea jellies, the three classes they are divided into, and describes 14 species of sea jellies. "A New England Aquarium book." Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and index Introduces the anatomy, feeding, reproduction, and environment of various sea jellies throughout the world.
Readers will learn about immortal jellyfish who live and die and live again as well as those who camouflage themselves amid sea grasses and shells, hiding in plain sight. Approachably written and based in the latest science and ecology, this colorful book provides an authoritative guide to these ethereal marine wonders. Exceptionally handsome photographs light up the pages of this well-designed introduction to jellyfish. A few sentences or fragments, closely tied to the illustrations, appear on each spread. The words underscore the variety of jellyfish in the sea and point out their comparative simplicity, their special features, and their unforgettable beauty/5. Book Accessories Children's Books Art & Photography Books JELLYFISH, SEA JELLIES Vintage Lithograph, Marine Animals, Zoology Art Print, Moon Jelly, Compass, Box, Barrel and Stalked Jellyfish CabinetOfTreasures. From shop CabinetOfTreasures. 5 out of. In summertime so many jellies mob the waters of the Mediterranean Sea that it can appear to be blistering, and many bathers’ bodies don’t look much different: in , the Spanish Red Cross.
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