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Trilobite!: Eyewitness to Evolution

By: Richard Fortey
269 pages, B/w photos, illus
Publisher: Flamingo
Trilobite!: Eyewitness to Evolution
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Discusses the wonder of scientific discovery and the methods by which the very distant past is unravelled. It gives a trilobite's eye view of the vanished world and the stages of evolution, discovery and the methods by which the very distant past is unravelled.
`The tale of life needs constantly retelling. Thank some happy accident of history that we have Fortey to tell it to us anew.'Ted Nield, New Scientist

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Richard Fortey is senior palaeontologist at the Natural History Museum. His previous books include the critically acclaimed LIFE: AN UNAUTHORISED BIOGRAPHY and the prize-winning THE HIDDEN LANDSCAPE. He lives in London.
By: Richard Fortey
269 pages, B/w photos, illus
Publisher: Flamingo
Media reviews
Praise for 'Dry Store Room No 1': 'This book is worthy of the place it tells us about, and that is a pretty lofty chunk of praise.' The Times 'In this loving survey of his life at the museum, Fortey...is never less than enthused by all the museum's collections.' Financial Times 'Fortey...in his affectionate portrayal of the institution in which he spent his working life ... sneaks us behind the scenes with all the glee of a small child seeing for the first time the museum's iconic Diplodocus skeleton ... always authoritative ... the beauty of the book is that - just like a museum - you can visit the different sections in any order you choose, lingering in the places that most take your fancy ... and there is plenty of solid science to enjoy, elucidated with brilliant flair.' Sunday Times
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