aqua geõgraphia 6

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Life above and below water

In this volume: Abuna – Cryptodira – Africa, Terra incognita: Guinea – Portfolio – The last Sirenians – Feeding Frenzy –  Swordtails – Old Rhein – Dragon II – Aquatic plants, cultivated differently

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Life above and below water

In this volume:

ABUNA
Photos and Text: Heiko Bleher
An almost untouched paradise in Bolivia. Heiko Bleher takes you to this beautiful, practically unexplored region rich in fauna and flora, and shows you for the first time its life above and below water.

CRYPTODIRA
Photos: B. Kahl, K. Amsler and others – Text: Editorial team
These colourful, harmless reptiles, which live primarily in freshwater – but also marine – habitats  are the subject of this second article on turtles, along with the attention we should pay to these living fossils.

AFRICA, TERRA INCOGNITA: GUINEA
Photos and Text: Heiko Bleher
The natives of Guinea live from, with and for the tropical rainforest. An adventurous journey takes you through this unknown West African country, and its history.

PORTFOLIO
Photos: Sergio Montanari – Text: ag team
Sergio Montanari, the Italian nature photographer, shows us some of his fascinating work.

THE LAST SIRENIANS
Photos: F. C. W. Rosas, K. Amsler – Text: Editorial team
Do the last living sirenians, the seacows, have a chance to survive into the next millennium?

FEEDING FRENZY
A feeding orgy took place along the north-western Australian coast. Dr Gerald R. Allen was able to capture sharks on film, parting the sea like Moses did, but a sea of sardines!
Photos and Text: Dr. Gerald R. Allen

SWORDTAILS
Photos: M. Meyer, B. Kahl and others – Text: Manfred Meyer
The Olmecs of what is  now Mexico knew them thousands of years ago. Today they are among the most popular fish in the aquarium hobby: the swordtails.

OLD RHEIN
Photos and Text: Herbert Frey
Our European contribution shows the beauty of the old part of the Rhine, Germany’s largest river, and what people dump into it!

DRAGON II
Drawing and text: Josef Guter
The dragon story continues, Guter, the fairytale author, writes about the south-east Asian dragons; those which occur(red) in the near East; and the Europeans; and whether they still exist (?).

AQUATIC PLANTS – Cultivated differently
Photos: Heiko Bleher – Text: Editorial team
Lance Smith is not only a very unusual Australian bloke, but has probably the most amazing aquatic plant nursery on earth.

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Dimensions 28 × 21 × 0.8 cm
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