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Prehistoric Marine Life in Australia's Inland Sea

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Step back to a time when Australia’s red centre was flooded by a vast shallow ocean, the Eromanga Sea. While dinosaurs stalked the scattered islands that made up the Australian continent, giant marine reptiles ruled the waves. Plesiosaurs and ichthyosaurs swam in an inland sea filled with schools of ammonites, pterosaurs flew overhead and giant carnivorous amphibians lurke ...more
Paperback, 84 pages
Published August 2015 by Museum Victoria
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May 20, 2018 rated it liked it
Shelves: paleo-evolution
Not bad but not enough information, when I bought this "book" online I didn't know it was only 85 pages. And it's one of those booklets that have one mistake in common, they want to cover everything. Knowing I have multiple books on just shark teeth, or just sea urchins... a 85 page "book" can't even cover one fossil properly. But a good easy read to give you an overall idea.
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Oct 16, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Part of Victoria Museum’s nature series, this book is beautifully written in the same style as Prehistoric Giants, the megafauna of Australia. My favourite part is again, the beautiful illustrations and the handy size reference pictures so you can picture each animal in its true size. Full of information that is light and easy to digest and not off putting for those that are not familiar with palaeontology.
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Danielle is the author of several narrative non-fiction books including Voyages to the South Seas, which won the Victorian Premier's Literary Prize for nonfiction in 2007. She has also written books on Australian palaeontology, killer whales, bushfires and museums as well as publishing essays and academic papers.

Danielle grew up on a boat and studied zoology at university, giving her an abiding in

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