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We know more about the Moon than our own seas.

It's for this reason that the deep sea can seem like such an alien place, a place where lava seeps from deep within the earth and strange fish glow like eerie ghosts. Because of the absolute darkness and high pressures, it's challenging for humans to make extended voyages to the depths. Take a glimpse into the unknown with this display, and make sure to enjoy the sunnier sights along our journey to the ocean floor!

In this display:

  • Alonso, J. C. (2018). Animal journal: Marine animals of the world. Quarto Publishing Group USA.
  • Anctil, M. (2018). Luminous creatures: The history and science of light production in living organisms. McGill-Queen’s University Press.
  • Bright, M. (2020). The shark that walks on land: And other strange but true tales of mysterious sea creatures. Biteback Publishing.
  • Buschmann, R. F., & Nolde, L. (Eds.). (2018). The world's oceans: Geography, history, and environment. ABC-CLIO, LLC.
  • Encyclopaedia Britannica (2012). Creatures of the waters. Encyclopaedia Britannica, Incorporated.
  • Kallmeyer, J. (Ed.). (2017). Life at vents and seeps. De Gruyter, Inc.
  • McAneney, C. (2015). Freaky stories from beneath the sea. Gareth Stevens Publishing LLLP.
  • Palumbi, S. R., & Palumbi, A. R. (2014). The extreme life of the sea. Princeton University Press.
  • Rohling, E. (2017). The oceans: A deep history. Princeton University Press.
  • Schomp, V. (2013). 24 hours on a coral reef. Cavendish Square Publishing, LLC.
  • Stow, D. (2012). Vanished ocean. Oxford University Press.
  • Troup, R. (2019). Deep-sea creatures. Enslow Publishing, LLC.