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  • PIC/3049 LOC CD rom shelf
  • Jenkins, Felicity.
  • Historical Artefacts on Macquarie Island Relics of past Seal hunters lay in an outdoor museum at Macquarie Island. Macquarie, the oldest antarctic station in continual use has a history of seal hunters who back in the 30's almost wiped out the local seal population. Macquarie Island 17.1.98 [electronic resource]
  • 1997-1998. 1 of 3 computer optical discs (55 digital images) : col. ; 4 3/4 in.
  • Part of Digital images of the Australian National Antarctic Research Expedition, 1997-1998 [electronic resource]
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Jenkins, Felicity. Historical Artefacts on Macquarie Island Relics of past Seal hunters lay in an outdoor museum at Macquarie Island. Macquarie, the oldest antarctic station in continual use has a history of seal hunters who back in the 30's almost wiped out the local seal population. Macquarie Island 17.1.98 [electronic resource]
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