Tanganyika - Africa's Inland Sea

Tanganyika - Africa's Inland Sea
Tanganyika - Africa's Inland Sea
Lake Tanganyika is one of the last still unseen underwater environments in the world. More than 200 species of fascinating fishes (most of which are endemic), crabs and shrimps, a jellyfish, sponges, mussels and clams,; all inhabiting a huge isolated freshwater tropical environment formed a million years ago in Africa's heart, make this unique lake a true inland sea.
Its complexity and intriguing fish communities are considered to be the most remarkable among the submersed environments on Earth.

Angel M. Fitor is an accomplished nature photographer specialising in aquatic environments. Every year, his photographs illustrate many magazines and books worldwide, including the acclaimed National Geographic Magazine. He has also been awarded BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year several times, the most prestigious wildlife photography competition in the world.
As a wildlife photographer, his involvement with conservation is an inherent part of his job. As he likes to state: he is a nature worker. This book is his humble (yet extremely beautiful) tribute to Tanganyika's amazing wilderness and a witness to its greatness which is facing a cloudy future.
This is the author's first book.
192 pages.

Hard Cover

$ 189.00
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