by Andrew Crowe | paperback | 32 pages | 2004
Join Andrew Crowe in solving the mysteries of beachcombing. The puzzling flotsam and jetsam – both common and strange – is shown here and explained with clear, life-size colour photographs. Besides providing a simple introduction to New Zealand geology, this book’s new approach to the beach shows: Pebbles and sand from around the country, How to recognise common animal tracks found in the sand, Jellyfish, starfish, crabs and bones from the sea,Eggs from the sea and invertebrates living in the sand, Seaweed, plant wash-ups and even common rubbish pollution.
Part of Andrew Crow’s original award-winning Life-Size Guide series, this book is designed to be both simple and practical for all the family.