The Deep

The Extraordinary Creatures of the Abyss [$45.00]

by Karen Zarker

16 December 2007

 

Every fantastic, outrageous, bizarre creature imagined by man (or child) has already been designed by nature and lived a life quite independent of our species, thank you very much. The sea holds seemingly impossible creatures of all shapes and colors: bony, gelatinous, vividly lit from inside as if by fiber optic cables, ugly as mud, terribly fierce and utterly ridiculous. Every creature the nature lover, the artist, or simply the imaginative has ever considered and rendered is captured here in gorgeous color and seemingly impossible photographic detail. This beautiful coffee table book will blow that special someone’s mind.

 

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