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Texas Fossils: An Amateur Collector's Handbook

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Texas Fossils: An Amateur Collector's Handbook
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Publisher: The University of Texas at Austin
Number of pages: 130

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Each year more and more people are learning that fossils are more than mere curiosities. Instead, they are realizing that a good collection of fossils provides much information about the early history of our earth, and that fossil collecting can be a most enjoyable, fascinating, and rewarding hobby. It is for these people that Texas Fossils was written.

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