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San Giovanni di Sinis

Here at San Giovanni di Sinis, near Cabras, Sardinia, last summer I spent some wonderful days with my family. In this sea, at less than 2 meters of depth, and 50 meters from the beach, there are morais (Muraena helena L.), groupers (Serranus gigas, Brunn.), neptunegrass (Posidonia oceanica L.)...

Microscope

Microscope

Last year Francesca has received a microscope as Christmas's gift. She is a little too young to use it by herself, but I hope that soon she'll begin to appreciate it. We have watched some insects, some cells, and our blood too. I think that this microscope could become an important tool to increase Francesca's curiosity and willingness to learn [...]

Serranus gigas

Serranus gigas

Life in the Sinis's sea... all photos on this magazine are (C) Roberto Giungato

Cardium edulum

Cardium edulum

I have found this nice shell at "Lido Sottovento", Gallipoli. I like to swim with goggles, searching for life forms to observe. When I find a shell, or something else that could be collected, I bring it and maintain in my wonderful ice-cream boxes!!! Every summer in this way I increase my collection: mainly shells, but also corals, leaves, [...]

The diversity of life, by E. O. Wilson

The diversity of life, by E. O. Wilson

I have bought this book in the italian translation. It's a very interesting book, as always books by Edward O. Wilson are. I always remember the first book I read by Wilson, "Biofilia". It was about  25 years ago: I was still living in Gallipoli;Internet wasn't yet available, buying books was a very challenging experience. I was always [...]

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