References to articles on British marine life in other journals, 1998
Marine Conservation Society
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The Biology of Rocky Shores
Lurking beneath the Arctic ice, huge sharks consume seals and other large prey as if they were mere morsels. For the first time these sluggish, nearly blind creatures are photographed in their frigid habitat. Article and photographs by Nick Caloyianis.
"Eastern Tidepool & Reef"
North Central Atlantic Marinelife Guide
At home in pitch-dark depths lethal to most marine mammals, these cetaceans may be the deepest divers of all. By Douglas H. Chadwick. Photographs by Flip Nicklin.
25 April 1998
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