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The Best Fish Identification Book - June 2021

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Reef Creature Identification Florida Caribbean Bahamas 3rd Edition Reef Set Reef Set New World product image

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The Illlustrated Encyclopedia of Fish Shellfish of the World A Natural History Identification product image

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Paul Humann

Paul Humann took up scuba diving and underwater photography in the 1960s. In a couple of years, several of his fish portraits had been featured in Skin Care magazine’s most memorable Fish of the Month series. Paul became among PADI’s holding id # 2222, early dive instructors. He left his law practice in his team, Wichita Kansas, to pioneer now’by becoming captain/owner of this M/V Cayman Diver, the first dive cruiser of the Caribbean s live-aboard diving trend.
His sunken photos have appeared in a Lot of magazines such as Skin Diver, Ocean Realm, Sport Diver, Rodale’s Scuba Diving, National Geographic, Audubon, Natural History, National Wildlife, and Ranger Rick. Paul showcasing famous Jaws author Peter Benchley into the famous life span of Galapagos was featured by an ABC sports unique. Two large-format publications that were underwater have been got by Paul and co-authored, together with his spouse Ned DeLoach nine marine life guides including the popular Reef Set trilogy, Reef Fish Identification, Reef Creature Identification, and Reef Coral Identification - Florida, Caribbean, Bahamas.
Paul’s work established visual identification standards for many marine animals. Hours of cataloguing, documentation, monitoring and corresponding with dozens of scientists have been actions in the long procedure. In many instances picture/voucher specimen collection was required to make positive identifications. Consequently, many of his movies were released of species within their natural habitat. The specimens from this works History collection. These efforts made it possible for naturalists to earn valid evaluations of marine ecosystems.
His concern for the welfare of the marine environment directed him to co-found with Ned DeLoach, the Reef Environmental Education Foundation (REEF) I

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