Life in A Coral Reef

Life in A Coral Reef

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Coral reefs are living things made up of tiny coral polyps and are unique, delicately balanced ecosystems that provide homes to hundreds of species of plants and animals, but environmental threats have put these amazing life forms in jeopardy; this book examines what lives in coral reefs, how they form and how can we save them. Simultaneous.


Coral reefs are beautiful underwater cities that bustle with excitement and activity. From clown fish to spiny lobsters, hundreds of plants and animals live on coral reefs, making them one of nature's greatest treasures. What happens during a typical day in these marine metropolises? Read and find out!

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Examines the colors, locations, diverse marine population, and formation of these underwater cities.

Publisher: New York : Collins, 2009
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780060295530
Branch Call Number: JX 591.7789 PFE
Characteristics: 32 p. :,col. ill. ;,21 cm.
Additional Contributors: Jenkins, Steve 1952-- Illustrator


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Dec 15, 2009

Excellent and highly informative book. Beautiful artwork too! Loved it and so did my kid.

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