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The Edge - a natural history of Tasmania's Great Western Tiers

The Edge - a natural history of Tasmania's Great Western Tiers
 
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The landscape of Tasmania's Great Western Tiers tells the history of the earth through the fossilised remains in the limestone karst, the plants and animals with their links to Gondwana, and the dramatic dolerite landforms that were taking shape when dinosaurs roamed the planet.

This book documents the natural history of the tiers, from the grand vistas to the smallest insects.

Published: 2012
Format: softcover
Pages: 56
Illustrations: colour
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SKU SKU18787
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Weight 0.50 kg
Author Sarah Lloyd
ISBN 9780646570822
 
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