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Shark Bay: Twin Bays on the Edge by Carolyn Thomson-Dans (2008)

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...the appearance of the continent in this part was as barrne as that we had seen on the preceeding days ... the shore consisted of either white or red sand, and had no other verdue that here and there a few miserable looking shrubs. To this dismal sterility of the continent and the isles, may be pleasantly contrasted the productions of the sea, which are astonishingly numerous and in great variety' - Francois Peron, 1801

The Shark Bay World Heritage Area is a place of timeless and immeasurable biological values.

Shark Bay: Twin Bays on the Edge explores the bay's unique history and natural heritage - both underwater and above.

Product Overview
Product NoCMS0019156
Weight (g)724 g
AuthorCarolyn Thomson-Dans
PublisherDept. of Environment and Conservation
Edition DateSep-08
Pages152
Size275 x 217 x 15mm
FormatHardcover
ISBN9780730755715
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...the appearance of the continent in this part was as barrne as that we had seen on the preceeding days ... the shore consisted of either white or red sand, and had no other verdue that here and there a few miserable looking shrubs. To this dismal sterility of the continent and the isles, may be pleasantly contrasted the productions of the sea, which are astonishingly numerous and in great variety' - Francois Peron, 1801

The Shark Bay World Heritage Area is a place of timeless and immeasurable biological values.

Shark Bay: Twin Bays on the Edge explores the bay's unique history and natural heritage - both underwater and above.

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