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Discover Dorset Fossils

By: Richard Edmonds
79 pages, B/w photos
Publisher: Dovecote Press
Discover Dorset Fossils
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Few places in the British Isles are as rich in fossils as Dorset, and the county is internationally famous as the source of some of the finest and rarest fossils in the world. Thanks to its remarkable geology and the instability of much of the coast, new and often important discoveries continue to be made. Dorset's fossil record stretches back over 200 million years to the start of the Jurassic period.

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By: Richard Edmonds
79 pages, B/w photos
Publisher: Dovecote Press
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