Earth's oceans held 300 times the living capacity of its small waterless surface. From below, someone was watching....
Upon that surface was Tom Benthos, a man in search of his long-lost father, in Greenland. And deep in the oceans lived bright minds capable of wonderful extremes. They had existed for millions of years, never knowing of a world beyond the water. But some imagined one -
Some of them even suspected that life might exist in an indescribable world “beyond water.”
Yet even species closely related feared one another, even those whose primary biological distinctions were that one nation had a fishlike shape, green skin and scales and was comfortable between 5,000 fins below the surface down to 16,000 fins, while the other nation had a humanoid form, blue skin and scales and was functional between depths of 12,000 and 19,000 fins.
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