Cover of How Did We Find Out About Life In the Deep Sea?
Book 248 Biology 1982
Laughing Space The Complete Robot
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Scientists used to believe life couldn’t exist in the deep, deep sea, because it was beyond the reach of sunlight. But when they explored the oceans in submaries, they discovered organisms did live in the sea’s deepest depths. Learn more about the creatures that survive without sunlight and how they live.

This book is just what the title says—good for budding Jacques Cousteaus, perhaps of less interest to the rest of us.

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