Tanganyika, Africa's Inland Sea is a journey to the amazing underwater natural wonders of the deepest and oldest lake of the African continent. From breathtaking volcanic scenery, to pygmy shell-dwelling fishes; from freshwater jellyfishes, to fighting feather fin cichlids; rare species, fascinating behaviours; that is Tanganyika.
Every double spread page inside the book is telling a vibrant life story about one of the last pristine underwater realms on Earth. Now you can enjoy the one and only coffee-table book about the lake in this high-end limited edition book, featuring nearly 300 underwater colour photographs.
Lake Tanganyika is much more than a simple lake. It is the longest in Africa and the second deepest in the world, and also it is believed to be the oldest on the planet. It contains around twenty percent of the surface freshwater on Earth. The Tanganyika lake crystal clear waters, hide one of the greatest evolution labs ever known in Earth life history. Lake Tanganyika has never been connected to the ocean, however, typically marine creatures have developed underwater through millions of years. Thus, jellyfishes, sponges, crabs, and a wide array of endemic fishes, makes this body of water a true inland sea of sparkling beauty.
In very good condition with clean and vibrant pages throughout. Very minor shelf wear to corners of cover and previous owners inscription on contents page.