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Swimming in Stone: The Amazing Gogo Fossils of the Kimberley

by John Long

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About the Book

Palaeontologist and Head of Science at the Museum Victoria, John Long has spent 20 years working at the world-renowned Gogo fish fossil sites. In this amazing story Long chronicles the history of the sites and takes the reader on a journey of adventure, human endeavour and intrigue with insights into the very nature of scientific study.

PRAISE FOR THE BOOK
‘Gogo … is one of the world’s most significant fossil sites because it shows 375 million-year-old fishes preserved in stunning three-dimensional preservation.’ Sir David Attenborough

Categories
History, Award Winning
Publication Year
2006
Edition
1st
Publisher
Fremantle Press
Awards

Victorian Premier’s Literary Awards (Shortlisted 2007)

ISBN13
9781921064333
HB/PB
Paperback
Format
B Format (198 x 128mm)
Pages
320
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