N I G E L M A R S H P H O T O G R A P H Y
U N D E R W A T E R I M A G E S A N D A R T I C L E S
The oceans are full of fascinating environments for divers to explore; coral reefs, rocky pinnacles, caves, walls, shipwrecks and artificial reefs. But over the last decade more and more divers have been attracted to a very different marine environment that has proved to be very rewarding – muck!
MUCK DIVING is a captivating book that dives into the realm of weird and wonderful critters. Full of magnificent pictures, this book looks at different muck environments and includes a comprehensive guide to the best muck diving sites in the Indo-Pacific region.
The book also provides information about the most amazing muck critters divers can encounter, like the bizarre mimic octopus that can imitate other animals, the charming flamboyant cuttlefish that can flash a kaleidoscope of colours and the terrifying Bobbit worm with jaws like a rabbit trap. But be warned, submerging into the world of muck is very addictive, as once you see the captivating critters that abound in this unique marine environment you may never want to dive a coral reef again!
352 pages, soft cover, size - 210mm x 150mm
Published by New Holland, Jan 2017
RRP $AUD 29.99
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