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ZOOM Ocean Life Volume 4:
The Great Barrier Reef
Sold Out (Win95/98/Mac) (Retail) (OCEANL4DR)

Sumeria

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The Great Barrier Reef

Ocean Life Volume 4: The Great Barrier Reef is the fourth in a series of CD-ROM-based books on marine life. This two-CD set includes over three hours of original, narrated, underwater video, music, and photography. Approximately 250 species from more than 40 families of reef fishes are featured, each including comprehensive text, range maps, photographs, and movies. Interactive maps of the Great Barrier Reef allow you to explore with great detail the largest coral reef in the world. A section on the ecology of the Great Barrier Reef enables readers to understand the formation and development of the reef. Other features include text search, text and movie export, and a visual index.

Explore more than 200 species of fish, many found only on the Great Barrier Reef. Multimode access lets you browse by name, photo, or keyword. Interactive maps and aerial photos provide detailed views of individual reefs and islands.

OceanLife Volume 4 includes full-color video, photographs, comprehensive text, and distribution-range maps for each species.

New in this volume is a section on the ecology of the Great Barrier Reef. Text and interactive diagrams illustrate the formation and development of coral habitats.

An expanded, interactive morphology section details anatomical variations that help aquarists and divers identify species.

Requirements:

IBM-compatible - CPU with 33MHz 486 processor, 8MB of RAM, DOS 5.0, Windows 3.1, VGA+ display (256 colors or better at 640x480 resolution), sound card, CD-ROM drive (double-speed recommended).

Macintosh - System 7.0, 6MB of RAM, 13-inch monitor (256 colors or better), CD-ROM drive (double-speed recommended).



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