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Prehistoric animals of Australia / based on drawings by Peter Schouten ; edited by Susan Quirk and Michael Archer
Bib ID 863878
Format BookBook
Author
Schouten, Peter
 
Description Sydney : Australian Museum, c1983 
80 p. : ill. ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 0724015272
Notes

Table of geological periods on front lining paper.

Bibliography: p. 78-80.

Subjects Paleontology -- Australia.  |  Vertebrates -- Australia -- Evolution.  |  Vertebrates, Fossil.
Other authors/contributors Archer, Michael, 1945-  |  Quirk, Susan  |  Australian Museum

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