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New Book Review: A guide to fossil collecting on the East Dorset coast

Posted by David Penney on

We are very pleased to announce the publication of a new book review by Everything Dinosaur of our recent title: A guide to fossil collecting on the East Dorset coast, by Steve Snowball and Craig Chivers.

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Edited snippets from the review: This highly acclaimed guidebook is beautifully illustrated with more than 200 colour photographs not only showing fossil finds but also highlighting the stunning landscape and geology of this part of the southern coast of England. It is aimed at amateur as well as the more serious fossil hunter and it is required reading if you want to visit some of the more remote parts of the Dorset coast. It provides an up to date and very informative guide to fossil collecting from the beautiful coast near Durdle Door eastwards ending at the Eocene-aged deposits to be found at Hengistbury Head. Highlights include information and photographs showcasing the remarkable Etches Collection Museum of Jurassic Marine Life at Kimmeridge and the contribution made by Steve Etches, extensive information on the types of ammonites to be found and details on the different types of vertebrate fossils including trace fossils such as dinosaur footprints along with body fossils such as the bones from ancient crocodiles. Highly recommended.


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