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Jurassic Fossils of the West Dorset Coast

Walking / Outdoor Guide Geology Guide New
By: Steve Snowball(Author), Craig Chivers(Author), Andreas Kurpisz(Illustrator)
160 pages, 250+ colour photos and colour illustrations
Jurassic Fossils of the West Dorset Coast
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  • Jurassic Fossils of the West Dorset Coast ISBN: 9781838152857 Paperback Feb 2022 In stock
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Jurassic Fossils of the West Dorset Coast is a fossil guide with a twist to its presentation.

The ability to travel through time, whether it is to fix a mistake in the past or gain insight into the future, has long been embraced by science fiction and debated by theoretical physicists. An old journal, found on a Dorset beach, provides evidence that two Edwardian fossil enthusiasts from the past (aka Steve Snowball and Craig Chivers) have already interacted with the future and recorded their remarkable journey along the West Dorset coast. Their observations are now to be seen in this superbly illustrated and highly informative book, which serves as an eight-day guided walk and identification guide to fossils of the West Dorset coast. The journal is further enhanced with illustrations by palaeo-artist, Andreas Kurpisz.

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Walking / Outdoor Guide Geology Guide New
By: Steve Snowball(Author), Craig Chivers(Author), Andreas Kurpisz(Illustrator)
160 pages, 250+ colour photos and colour illustrations
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