FREE book! Cephalopod beak guide for the Southern Ocean

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  1. tonmo

    tonmo Titanites Staff Member Webmaster Moderator

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    I received this email this morning:

    Enjoy, and thanks so much to Jose and Yves. :notworth:
     
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    Cool! I'm downloading the high res version now! thanks for sharing.
     
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    Mara Larval Mass Registered

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    Thanks so much Xavier and Cherel to made this book!
     
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    Hajar Haliphron Atlanticus Registered

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    Hajar & Kevin,
    I assumed you looked around the site a bit and found that there are other papers there that might interest you fossils ... folk. I saw two on the Cretaceous period) by searching cephalopod and the one that I briefly looked at did have black and white photos of fossils showing different degrees of curving toward a spiral (sorry, that is a sophistigated as I get in your arena). Of course if Hajar found something of interest he will have to make/look up friends in Georgia (the Russian one) or the Falklands.
     

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