Coral Reef Coloring Book by Ruth Soffer

By Ruth Soffer

In the shallow, hot waters of the Caribbean, South Pacific, and different seas, coral reefs building up as aggregates of the skeletons of numerous coelenterates, quite often coral polyps. those reefs teem with a mess of animals. the intense color of some of the existence kinds inhabiting the reef deals exact pleasure and problem to colorists, who can convey this undersea global to lifestyles via coloring forty four lifelike drawings.
Depicted here's a host of marine creatures for whom the coral reef is domestic: seahorse, butterflyfish, hawksbill turtle, parrotfish, octopus, damselfish, moray eel, sea cucumber, dolphin, hydromedusa jellyfish, sea dragon, royal empress angelfish, triggerfish, Moorish idol, and plenty of extra. distinct captions offer a desirable evaluation of the good variety of lifestyles on coral reefs.

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