Life above and below water
In this volume:
Photos: Heiko Bleher – Text: Kamihata, Nicolai and Heiko Bleher – Drawings: Oliver Gehring
A forgotten, unique island in the Pacific, uninhabited and unexplored, it has the unbelievable beauty of pristine nature.
STAY ALIVE CROCODILE
Photos and Text: F. L Rodriguez Jiménez
These ancient animals have lived on our planet for over 200 million years, far longer than Man. Their history, reproductive strategy and threat of extinction are examined.
Photos and Text: Monique Nicolai and Heiko Bleher
There are places on this Earth which seem to exist only in our imagination, but Lake Fwa is real. It is an unparalleled underwater world.
AFRICA TERRA INCOGNITA
Photos and Text: Heiko Bleher
Mali, one of the world’s poorest countries, is both fascinating and unmatched. A travelogue of adventure on a journey exploring the past to the present.
Photos and Text: F.L. Rodriguez Jiminéz
The world renowned Spanish photographer Fernando L. Rodriguez Jiminéz presents some of his wildlife photographs.
NORTH SEA ANEMONES
Photos: Ole Seehausen and others – Text: Ole Seehausen
Given the threats to these endangered and rare sea anemones, their chances of survival are in the balance.
BLIND CAVE FISHES
Photos: Keith Banister and others – Text: Keith Banister
This term is frequently used for eyeless, depigmented fishes whose natural habitat is a cave, but the term is inaccurate.
Photos: Burkhard Kahl – Text: Editorial team
These swimming tapestries have conquered the world of children and aquarists. Find out more about these beauties and their origins.
Photos and Text: F. L. Rodriguez Jiminéz
This southernmost European National Park is a very special enclave. Visit this highly diversified paradise on page 80.
Photos: Mike Sandford, Heiko Bleher – Painting: Pat Shaw – Text: Jill Emmett
Merpeople have been around for a span of almost 7000 years. here the phenomena are analysed with modern sightings included.
BLOSSOMING WATERPLANTS – part 2
Photos: aqua geõgraphia archives – Text: Irene Rapisarda
Should plants which spend only part of their lives beneath the water’s surface be classed as “waterplants”?
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