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Dragon of the Mangroves

Inspired by True Events of World War II

by Yasuyuki Kasai

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Published by iUniverse, Inc. .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Number of Pages152
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7559744M
ISBN 100595390269
ISBN 109780595390267
OCLC/WorldCa245053640

Get this from a library! Mangroves and man-eaters and other wildlife encounters. [Dan Freeman; Robin Prytherch] -- Dan Freeman takes readers on his journeys to find wildlife around the world. As a professional zoologist, his career has taken him to six of the Mangrove - Support Genus: Rhizophora - Family: Rhizophoraceae Mangroves remind us of our inner strength and courage during times of struggle and upheaval. They signal our ability to remain stable and calm in the presence of adversity by “shoring up” our resources. Mangroves exist to support coastal shorelines by taking the brunt force of tidal

  1. Short walks Often easily reached by bus or metro, Hong Kong's hiking is accessible to everyone, with levels to suit all ages and abilities. The minute Bride’s Pool in Tai Mei Tuk takes its name from a spooky urban legend involving a bride, a nasty storm, and a sunken sedan chair – but don’t let that put you off. The scenic route ends in a stunning waterfall and a mirror pool (and World Atlas of Mangroves This ebook list for those who looking for to read World Atlas of Mangroves, you can read or download in PDF, ePub or Mobi. May some of ebooks not available on your country and only available for those who subscribe and depend to the source of library

  Dragon's Back. The last leg of the Hong Kong Trail, this meandering path on the ridge of Dragon’s Back is widely hailed as one of Hong Kong’s best urban hikes. Besides its attractive name, Dragon’s Back has a sightseeing platform near the peak that provides truly spectacular views of southern Hong Kong Island and its ://   We watched the waves crash on and over the Dragon on windy days. It was like mother nature's fireworks!! We never tired of watching the changing waves, sand and beach. Besides the view, we took kayaks out 2 days in through the mangroves and out around the end of the island where we saw rays, turtles and a variety of sea ://


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The best part of "Dragon of the Mangroves," is in the way Yasuyuki Kasai brings his characters to life with finesse, accurate historical detail, and a true gift as a storyteller. Warning however: this is NOT a monster book about crocodiles.

This is a book about a real and almost forgotten battle of World War II. Recommended. Timothy James Dean  › Books › Literature & Fiction › Genre Fiction. Dragon of the Mangroves book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. It was no time to fear animals when the possibility of the e Dragon Of The Mangroves Inspired By True Events Of World War II.

Yasuyuki Kasai. $; $; Publisher Description. It was no time to fear animals when the possibility of the enemy counteroffensive was increasing. It didn't suit a soldier to lose nerve in the presence of a mere crocodile Dragon of the Mangroves, while fiction, is 'Inspired by True Events of World War II' and involves an aspect of that war that I had never heard about.

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It is a rare thing to read Historical accounts of the Japanese side of World War 2. It is even a rarer thing to read a Fictional account of the Japanese side in World War 2, but that’s just what Dragon is.

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64 likes. Author: Yasuyuki Kasai Based on a true story, a Japanese soldier fighting in the Burma campaign during World War II Dragon of the Mangroves takes place during the Second World War and traces the fate of two Japanese soldiers during the retreat of the Imperial Army from Burma under assault by British forces including the Gurkhas and Indian Army.

Second Lieutent Yoshihisi Suma is in charge of a group of 'tankettes' about to be committed to a suicidal defence when he gets a sudden reprieve, a special mission Read "Dragon of the Mangroves Inspired by True Events of World War Ii" by Yasuyuki Kasai available from Rakuten Kobo. It was no time to fear animals when the possibility of the enemy counteroffensive was increasing.

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fantasyworld, dragon, ig 's-flame-the-dragons-of-flareia-book This is an action-packed book full of anecdotal adventure as the author, a professional zoologist, takes readers on his journeys to find wildlife around the world.

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” — Skulder in School of Dragons(Franchise). Unless you are down among the mangroves of more tropical climates, however, roots tend to hide out. They do their work underground. The exception, of course, is when a tree falls over. I had never realized how truly wild and wonderful roots might be until our trip to Sunset State Park on the coast near Coos Bay Oregon.

And I wasn’t :// About this book. Language: English. The Sundeban biosphere reserve is the largest contiguous mangrove area in the world. The present handbook deals with 26 species and subspecies of dragon- and damselflies, belonging to 23 genera, three families, three superfamilies and two ://.

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(Review by Koos van den Hout) I want to add my review for this book! Students from Brisbane Water Secondary College Woy Woy campus have removed kgs of waste from around the mangroves near Woy Woy Railway Station as part of a recent Clean4Shore expedition.

Students teamed up with Clean4Shore guides on November 8 to tackle the ://Mangroves and seagrasses form extensive and highly productive ecosystems that are both biologically diverse and economically valuable.

This book, now in its third edition and fully updated throughout, continues to provide a current and comprehensive introduction to all aspects of the biology and ecology of mangroves and ://