Just 2 inches long full-grown, this little guy is the foundation of the Southern Ocean food chain... "Hi. What are you? You appear to be an egg. You are an egg sinking. For many days, you sink. You sink a mile down, and you keep sinking down... down... until..." The unidentified narrator follows one krill among billions as it pursues its brief existence, eating and eating while metamorphosing from one thing into another and trying to avoid being eaten....
Follow Crab as he learns 13 easy yoga poses with the help of his seashore friends. Crab will practise first, and then it's your turn! Look at the pictures, then follow the instructions to learn the poses.
"Who lives at the seashore? Shine a light behind the page and see ... Explore a tidal pool up close and you will find a small world filled with great surprises! From jewel-like sea anemones to spiky sea urchins, the hidden wonders of this amazing habitat will be revealed"--
"From the sunlit surface, to the deep, dark depths, Shine-a-Light Oceans dives into life beneath the waves. Readers will meet amazing animals from each of Earth's five oceans, including narwhals, puffins, turtles, and sharks, as well as find out about different underwater habitats and features."--from the publisher.
The world was too bright for Leo. And too loud. "I must be living on the wrong planet," Leo thought.Leo struggles to make sense of the world. He doesn't understand the other children in his class, and they don't seem to understand him. But then one day, Leo meets Maya. Maya is an octopus, and the more Leo learns about her, the more he thinks that perhaps he isn't alone in this world, after all.
A gorgeously illustrated reference book with exactly 1000 things that are found in our oceans, from colorful fish and coral reefs to submarines and shipwrecks. Every picture is labelled with its name, and there's an index of all the names at the back of the book. A wonderful way to discover the wildlife and ecology of different ocean habitats.
A scientific journey to study the dolphins of coastal Australia considers the many potential sources of dolphin intelligence and what dolphin behavior can inform the scientific community about human intelligence, captive animals and the future of the oceans.
John Craighead George is an Arctic whale scientist studying bowhead whales in Barrow, Alaska. He conducts his research in harmony with the cultural traditions of the Iñupiaq Eskimos, natives to the area, who have been hunting these whales for more than two thousand years.
Looks at the work of renowned octopus scientist Jennifer Mather and a team of researchers on the island of Moorea, near Tahiti in the South Pacific, where they work to learn more about octopuses and their behavior.
During an ordinary visit to the library, a girl pulls a not-so-ordinary book from the shelves. As she turns the pages in this book about coral reefs, the city around her slips away and she finds herself surrounded by the coral cities of the sea and the mysterious plants and animals that live, hunt, and hide there.