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by Rupert Ormond

  • ISBN: 051600624X
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  • Author: Rupert Ormond
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Childrens Press [distributor]; School and lib. ed edition (1982)
  • Pages: 64 pages
  • FB2 size: 1554 kb
  • EPUB size: 1698 kb
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In World of Oceans, discover these amazing habitats: open ocean of the Pacific; frozen water of the Arctic; coral waters of.She is the author of many books for children and has worked on a collection of award-winning titles.

In World of Oceans, discover these amazing habitats: open ocean of the Pacific; frozen water of the Arctic; coral waters of Australia’s Great Barrier Reef; swamp waters of Florida, USA; a rockpool in Cornwall, UK; bay waters of San Francisco, USA; island waters of Indonesia, Asia; the deep sea of the Mariana Trench; coastal waters of Brazil, South America; and sandy coastline. of Cape Town, Africa. Listen to these and more watery places come to life as you hear the: Booming snorts, roars and growls of the northern elephant seal (Pacific Ocean).

The Living World is a long-running natural history radio programme, made by the BBC and broadcast on its Radio 4. The series was created at the BBC Natural History Unit by Dilys Breese and Derek Jones, initially as a 52-week series, in 1968. It chiefly covers topics related to the flora and fauna of the British Isles, with occasional For many years until 2009 the lead presenter was Lionel Kelleway. Current presenters are Trai Anfield and Chris Sperring.

Explores all aspects of the oceans: their structure and their islands, their currents, waves, and tides, and the life on, in, and around their waters.

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